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We’re excited to share today that Lone Wolf’s CEO, Jimmy Kelly, has once again been named one of real estate’s most powerful leaders in the most recent edition of the Swanepoel Power 200 (“SP200”), ranking 51st overall and 8th among technology executives. 

Under Kelly’s leadership, Lone Wolf’s product portfolio has grown to include industry-leading CRM, CMA, digital marketing, websites, transaction management, eSignature, back office and accounting, business analytics, metrics, and recruiting software. It is because of the significant success and growth fostered by Kelly that Lone Wolf is positioned now to lead real estate into a new generation of real estate software. Lone Wolf continues to empower all our industry’s stakeholders—including agents, brokers, franchises, MLSs, associations, or otherwise—as we anticipate the launch of a true unified platform this year.

“I’m honored to be once again counted alongside many leaders and innovators who continue to demonstrate their commitment to this industry. I’m grateful to the T360 team for this acknowledgement and would like to extend those congratulations further to all my colleagues featured this year,” said Jimmy Kelly. “I’d like to take the opportunity as well to recognize the effort and innovation of the amazing team at Lone Wolf. It’s an important year for our organization, as we celebrate our 35th anniversary, and an important year for the industry, as we work to play our part in defining the future of the real estate experience.”

Read more about this year’s SP 200 here

About SP 200: 

“The SP 200 rankings are based on a variety of criteria, including achievements and successes of leaders and executives over the past year, the size of the company they lead, personal leadership and influence within the industry and outside their own company, their track record and the resources they have at their disposal or in their control. The ranking is widely acknowledged as the highest recognition an industry leader and executive can receive.”