The 3 companies are disrupting real estate tech

august 31, 2017 | INC

“As a CRE broker and local developer, I can attest that our industry has been historically slow to adopt technology,” said Kleinmaier. “However, over the last three years, more tech startups have emerged to solve something in the process that is broken or inefficient.”

Tenant Tracker takes these processes to the cloud - and then some. The software allows for reporting and automation that is otherwise impossible. Using the software, team members are able to track all of the critical dates, timelines, contacts and process from Letter of Intent to a tenant opening for business.
 

Real disruption: tech energized building ops

august 31, 2017 | mit

The recent wave of real estate technology has significantly impacted all areas of the industry – building operations are no exception. The next MIT Real Disruption explores powerful new apps to more efficiently and effectively manage workflows, building access, space utilization and vendor relationships. Hear about use cases, find out where the opportunities lie, and learn how to take advantage of these powerful new tools.
 

On the startup road: Tenant Tracker

JULY 12, 2017 | cre.tech

Tenant Tracker simplifies Tenant Coordination for commercial real estate deals. The site makes it super easy and intuitive to track deals, manage construction status, and see detailed reports of each property. By moving the data out of spreadsheets and e-mail and into the cloud, Tenant Tracker automates many of the existing manual processes, makes accessing the tenant data a snap, and provides status reports that can easily be shared. The software easily integrate with front-end and back-end software, to allow teams to seamlessly connect data and minimize errors and duplicate entry. It’s really one of the most innovative and yet simple solutions for tracking transactions and projects I have seen.
 

CRE TECH STARTUP CLOSES SEED ROUND OF FUNDING

JULY 11, 2017 | IU REAL ESTATE NEWSLETTER

Indianapolis-based Tenant Tracker has closed on a $600,000 seed round of funding. Keith Kleinmaier, co-founder and CEO of the tech startup, says the funding will be used to dial up the company’s sales efforts and take its product to the market. Tenant Tracker produces tenant
coordination and build-out software for the commercial real estate industry. The software transfers paper-based processes to the cloud, which the company says results in significant gains in efficiency.

Kleinmaier, BS ‘95 and Advisory Board member, says Tenant Tracker allows users to track property leasing deals, manage construction status, see detailed property reports, access tenant data, and share status reports.
 

indy tech startup scores funding

may 25, 2017 | inside indiana business

Indianapolis-based Tenant Tracker has closed on a $600,000 seed rounding of funding. Keith Kleinmaier, co-founder and chief executive officer of the tech startup, says the funding will be used to dial up the company’s sales efforts and take its product to the market.

Tenant Tracker produces tenant coordination and build-out software for the commercial real estate industry. The software transfers paper-based processes to the cloud, which the company says results in significant gains in efficiency.
 

Visiontech angels add tenant tracker to its expanding investment portfolio

may 24, 2017 | visiontech news

VisionTech Angels, one of Indiana’s most active angel investing groups, has invested in Indianapolis-based startup, Tenant Tracker, increasing the stable of companies in its investment portfolio to 24. The VisionTech Angels investment was matched by Elevate Ventures.

Tenant Tracker is tenant coordination and build-out software for the commercial real estate industry that transfers paper-based processes to the Cloud, resulting in significant gains in efficiency. The solution, which was created at DeveloperTown, is the brainchild of Mike Kelly, managing partner of DeveloperTown, and local commercial real estate broker Keith Kleinmaier, who serves as Tenant Tracker’s chief executive officer.
 

2 Challenges startup culture must overcome in order to thrive in 2017

mar 22, 2017 | forbes

Entrepreneurship is on the rise, and for good reason. There’s more funding available than ever before, educational courses and content on how to start your own business are easily accessible, and community-driven coworking and innovation hubs are popping up all over the country. It’s a good time to be involved in the startup scene — an industry that’s not going anywhere or slowing down anytime soon.
 

should i raise capital? three key considerations for startup founders

nov 10, 2016 | the huffington post

Using capital to make new hires and adopt new technologies can be the secret ingredient to ramping up your growth and sales. Keith Kleinmaier, the Founder and CEO of Tenant Tracker, knew that by growing his team, he would have the right resources in place to keep the scalability of his company on the right path.
Startup software firm Tenant Tracker has recently announced taking an important step in terms of gaining traction in the retail real estate sector. A spinoff of DeveloperTown, Tenant Tracker has hired its first CEO, Keith Kleinmaier, to head up the rapidly rising firm...
A startup software firm has hired its first leader as it gains traction in the business of tracking retail tenant activity in 45 commercial properties. Tenant Tracker spawned from DeveloperTown, a local consultancy whose designers, Web developers and marketers help startups and established companies launch products...