Paul Stusiak, President and Owner of Falcon Technologies Corporation, has been involved with RESO for 15 years. With more than 20 years of IT experience, he currently co-chairs RESO’s Web API Workgroup, formerly known as the Transport Workgroup, along with Scott Petronis, Chief Product and Technology Officer for eXp Realty.
In this video, Stusiak summarizes the main goal of the RESO Web API and the work of the RESO Web API Workgroup as “helping people get data from ‘point A’ to ‘point B’ in a standard way so a new entry into the market can do this easily and successfully.”
Acknowledging that the Web API Workgroup is RESO’s most technical in nature, Stusiak emphasizes that prospective members should not to be intimidated and welcomes newcomers. “It’s important to have a voice at the table,” says Stusiak, emphasizing the critical functions of a standardized Web API.
Although the RESO Web API Workgroup is predominantly comprised of server-side technology professionals, Stusiak invites client-side implementers, builders of websites, apps, and other agent real estate technology to join. He notes this will give the Workgroup a “better understanding of what they are doing with their agents and make sure that we incorporate that into the standards so that it can be built properly.”
Stusiak details several features of the latest version of the RESO Web API and discusses the upcoming version, which will deliver new features to the industry. Stusiak explains the importance of including an organization’s technology professionals in the discussion. He encourages participation, inviting technologists to join in on Workgroup conference calls or attend an upcoming conference. He says it’s the best way to understand “where we’re going with standard, [and] how it’s going to affect them in the future.”
Don’t Miss the Early Bird Discount for Boise
Don’t miss your opportunity for a seat at the table to influence real change in the real estate industry. Act soon, as the early bird registration discount for the RESO Spring Technology Summit in Boise, Idaho, April 29 to May 2 is still available, but ends this Thursday, February 28th.
The RESO Web API Workgroup meets in-person at the Boise conference on Wednesday, May 1 for two hours. The latest event information, special hotel rates for attendees, and early bird registration discount information are available here.DLU February 26th, 2019