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Revvis makes first appointment in the North East

The proptech company has designed a new application to “revolutionise” digital property virtualisation in the UK

The company behind a new software application for the UK property sector has made its first appointment in the North East.

Chartered surveyor and developer, Duncan McGregor, has joined technology firm, Revvis, and will be based in Newcastle upon Tyne helping property firms across the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Revvis has designed a new application that will “revolutionise” digital property virtualisation in the UK.

Based on gaming technology, the Revvis app allows users to view and design the interior and exterior of a property before it is even built.

Users can design their garden, terrace, kitchen and rooms to their own style at any time of day and make changes in real time.

The software is supported with instructional videos on YouTube, meaning anyone will be able to learn how to use it in just a few minutes.

It is thought that the software provides an ideal solution for the property industry as we move into the ‘new normal’ and the market gets begins to recover in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Revvis app has detailed virtualisation capability and removes the need for face-to-face meetings and viewings, allowing companies to stay engaged digitally with their customers.

It can also help businesses who need to reassess the layout of their offices to accommodate for a change in the working environment.

Housebuilders, property developers, interior designers and estate agents can use Revvis.

The company was founded by gaming specialist, Christian Ehrich, who was struggling to find software that would help him imagine the interiors of his new house.

Christian said: Unlike other visualisation methods, the advanced technology behind Revvis is what puts it in a league of its own.

It offers an easy to operate and fully interactive 3D virtualisation of any real estate at a competitive price and takes approximately 10 per cent of the time it takes on average for virtual tours to be produced, Christian said.

The global Covid-19 outbreak means it is more important than ever that all industries are equipped to engage customers digitally and with continuity, with Revvis offering this solution for the housing sector. After our successful UK launch, we are planning to roll out Revvis globally, he said.

Duncan McGregor added: With a number of national housebuilders headquartered in the North of England, we are confident Revvis will be an invaluable tool especially for differentiating marketing and sales strategies.


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Richard Stanley

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