Palm Beach Gardens, FL – May 27, 2014 – Allied Marine, a division of the Ferretti Group and one of the largest pre-owned yachting listing services in the country, has selected YachtCloser’s web-based contract management system to make the process of buying and selling a yacht easier and more efficient for its brokers and their clients.
“We recently did a deal where our client was in the Bahamas and needed to sign a contract. He was nowhere near a printer or fax machine and because of YachtCloser, he was able to find a Wi-Fi signal down the dock and electronically sign the necessary paperwork to keep the deal moving forward,” said Allied Marine President Jon Burkard. “Our clients are always on the go and YachtCloser just makes it easy to do business.”
YachtCloser is a total contract management solution for Yacht Brokers, providing automated contracts, electronic signatures, and simple closings. Brokers enjoy the freedom of being able to do business from anywhere with Internet access and experience more visibility and control over their network, like never before.
YachtCloser provides a fast and secure way to communicate with today’s Buyers and Sellers, and comes full of features designed specifically for Brokers, Assistants, Office Managers, and Owners. YachtCloser comes pre-loaded with over 100 different forms and contracts, providing a simple solution to streamline the brokerage business and allows less time on paperwork and more time selling.
“YachtCloser has made it so easy for our administrative team to manage many deals at the same time, reduce paperwork errors, and increase overall efficiency,” said Brokerage Support Manager Nicole Brova Drost. “Not to mention, their customer service is great!”
“The Allied Marine team has a great legacy in the brokerage industry and we’re very pleased to have them join the YachtCloser family,” said Brad Parker, founder and President of YachtCloser. The Allied Marine team joins a growing list of brokers on the YachtCloser network in an effort to communicate, contract, and close more deals.
Source: Boating Industry