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red violet Appoints James Frasche EVP, Property Solutions
“With data and analytics driving decision-making, we have identified significant blind spots for companies in primary segments of the real estate sector,” said
Frasche’s appointment brings almost 20 years of extensive property-centric analytics, product and business development knowledge and experience to red violet at a time the company is seeing increased demand for its proprietary data unification technology within the real estate sector. James most recently served as EVP, Product and Business Development at GeoPhy, a data-driven solutions provider within the commercial real estate industy. Previously, James was Chief Client Officer at
“red violet has a unique combination of assets to deploy within the real estate sector, including its cloud-native platform, differentiated analytics and robust data sets,” said Frasche. “I am thrilled to join the red violet team to help accelerate the development and commercialization of innovative solutions for customers in the real estate sector.”
About red violet®
At red violet, we build proprietary technologies and apply analytical capabilities to deliver identity intelligence. Our technology powers critical solutions, which empower organizations to operate with confidence. Our solutions enable the real-time identification and location of people, businesses, assets and their interrelationships. These solutions are used for purposes including risk mitigation, due diligence, fraud detection and prevention, regulatory compliance, and customer acquisition. Our intelligent platform, CORE™, is purpose-built for the enterprise, yet flexible enough for organizations of all sizes, bringing clarity to massive datasets by transforming data into intelligence. Our solutions are used today to enable frictionless commerce, to ensure safety, and to reduce fraud and the concomitant expense borne by society. For more information, please visit www.redviolet.com.
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Source: Red Violet, Inc.