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LeasePilot Partners with MRI Software to Help Commercial Landlords Close Leases Faster at a Fraction of the Cost


LeasePilot®, a document automation platform specifically designed to streamline retail, office and industrial leasing, announces that it has partnered with MRI Software, a global leader in real estate software solutions. LeasePilot combines proprietary technology and deep legal expertise to help real estate companies close leases faster, reduce transaction costs and risk, and increase visibility regardless of whether leases are completed in-house or by outside law firms. LeasePilot uses a real estate company's own lease forms and preferred language options so every lease is tailor-made for the organization, assets and tenants.


“We are delighted that LeasePilot has joined the MRI Partner Connect program,” said John Ensign, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at MRI Software. “The automated leasing capabilities offered by LeasePilot are well-aligned with MRI’s mission to give our clients access to industry-leading technology and services through an open and connected partner ecosystem.”

Jon Eskow, Co-founder and COO of LeasePilot, said, “Our partnership with MRI enhances our technology platform and market reach. With a LeasePilot/MRI integration, our customers will be to able see their lease data instantaneously in their accounting and property management systems without the need to prepare lease abstracts or re-key lease information into MRI.  This will save both time and money while eliminating costly errors.”

As a pioneer of the real estate software industry, MRI gives its clients the flexibility to choose the solutions that work best for their unique business. With the addition of LeasePilot to the Partner Connect program, MRI commercial real estate clients can better manage the property lifecycle through an automated leasing process that can improve collaboration, minimize risk, and reduce costs.



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