Keller Williams partnership aims to create an AI ‘factory’ for its Kelle virtual assistant

The partnership with software company CognitiveScale will allow Keller Williams to speed its development of new “skills” for its agent-facing mobile assistant Kelle.

Keller Williams’ AI assistant Kelle is learning Kung-Fu

This is the second major upgrade Kelle has gotten since its initial launch in February 2018. In August, Kelle debuted snap, a skill that provides a map-based detailed profile of a neighborhood based on borders gleaned from the homeowner social network, Nextdoor. 

Keller Williams tallies $98.3B in second-quarter sales

Proprietary technology, like voice-activated artificial intelligence, cited for Keller Williams’ second-quarter growth spurt.

Keller Williams tallies $98.3B in second-quarter sales

Proprietary technology, like voice-activated artificial intelligence, was cited for Keller Williams’ second-quarter growth spurt.

Keller Williams’ award-winning voice-activated app, Kelle, gets local

Kelle, the voice-activated mobile productivity platform for Keller Williams agents, has released a series of new features, primarily centered around “market snaps.”

How to get market data from every neighborhood in America in a snap

Just this past month, I was sitting in a KW LAB with other top agents and someone threw out an idea: What if Kelle (KW’s artificial intelligence app) could give us market snapshots in real time?

‘Fin’ app wants to be the real estate agent’s virtual assistant

Fin is an iPhone app that uses voice, text and email to route personal needs and business tasks to a team of human assistants.

‘Fin’ app wants to be the real estate agent’s virtual assistant

Fin is an iPhone app that uses voice, text and email to route personal needs and business tasks to a team of human assistants.

Agent NEO is making voice-activated internet work for agents

Agent NEO is software for real estate agents to use in conjunction with voice-activated internet appliances, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo.

Keller Williams tallies $62.7 billion in sales in first-quarter 2018 earnings report

Keller Williams agents closed 213,071 transactions for a total of $62.7 billion in sales in the first quarter of 2018, according to the company’s latest earnings report. Those totals mark a 4.8 percent increase in transactions and 10.7 percent increase in total sales over last year’s first quarter.