19 October 2017
Reporter: Theo Andrew

Coyote names Rob Bould as non-executive director

Real estate software company Coyote has appointed Rob Bould as non-executive director.

Bould, who has 40 years of real estate experience, will help grow the data platform, which will track, manage and report the performance of real estate assets in real-time.

Prior to joining, Bould was working as a real estate consultant, and previously held the position of executive vice president at Bilfinger Real Estate.

According to Coyote, the cloud-based platform is set to “revolutionise” the way real estate professionals do business by creating more value from data an integrated dashboard.

The solution was developed by M7 Real Estate in 2009 and has recently commercially launched the platform.

Oli Farago, CEO and chief technology officer at Coyote, said: “We are thrilled to have Rob Bould on board, in what undoubtedly represents a major coup for our business, particularly at this nascent stage of our development.”

“Our company is ingrained in property and technology and the response we are receiving so far from the market has been fantastic.”

Commenting on his appointment, Bould said: “Throughout my career I have been fascinated by the relationship between technology and our industry, and how it has evolved from an enigmatic curiosity, to a fundamental, intrinsic part of improving the way we work.”

He added: “There is a consensus that the property industry has been slow adopters of new technology, and we are at the dawn of the prop tech zeitgeist. Over the next 20 years the industry will be transformed by advances in technology and I’m excited to be a part of one of the pioneers of this revolution.”

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