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Re-Leased appoints board advisor as new Chief Revenue Officer
Fri, 3rd Feb 2023
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Re-Leased, a global proptech scale-up, announced the appointment of Dai Williams as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Williams, who spent the past 14 years growing hotel tech unicorn SiteMinder, joins Re-Leased following a recent funding round led by JLL Spark. 

He has been working alongside Re-Leased's executive team as a board advisor for several years. In his new role, Williams will divide his time between the company's offices in New Zealand, Australia, the US, and the UK.

Williams will spearhead the company's revenue growth by overseeing development in key international markets, the expansion of its core software platform, and the rollout of a series of new products and partnerships.

"Dai is a passionate people leader, and we are hugely excited to have brought him on board to push forward the next stage of our growth as we make strides into the US market, and develop new integrations and products," says Tom Wallace, CEO, Re-Leased.

"As a business, we are at a crucial point in our evolution, with an opportunity to become the global leader in next-generation commercial real estate technology. Dai's appointment is a key step towards this goal, bringing with him first-hand experience of taking a disruptive SaaS business from the earliest stages through to a successful IPO."

Re-Leased's platform centralizes portfolio data, automates workflows, and provides live visibility, giving total control over business processes through a single interface. The company now manages over 120,000 properties worldwide.

"I have a passion for working with ambitious people and businesses and helping them scale. Re-Leased is right at the forefront of those wonderful companies coming out of New Zealand and Australia taking software products to the world," says Williams, CRO, Re-Leased.

"A passionate team, a fantastic product, and a massive addressable market. I can't wait to get going!"