T3 Sixty is pleased to announce that leading technology executive Travis Saxton will be joining the team to direct its technology consulting division. As leaders in research, analysis and solutions for the residential real estate industry, Travis adds another 10 years of technology and brokerage expertise to an already well-established team.
“We are excited to welcome Travis Saxton to the team,” said Stefan Swanepoel, Chairman and CEO of T3 Sixty. “Pairing Travis with Jack Miller, our President and Chief Technology Officer, brings together two of the most progressive and experienced minds in real estate technology. T3 Sixty’s technology insights and experience is now available to help real estate brokerages better understand, adapt and compete in this new, digitally driven world.”
Saxton has authored dozens of reports, led a successful technology consulting practice, and has spoken at nearly 100 real estate industry events. Large real estate brands, brokerages, associations and technology companies have sought him out over the last few years for guidance on complex tech situations.
“It’s an honor to join such an immensely talented team,” said Saxton. “I have had the privilege of growing a competitive firm at the same time as Jack, and I have nothing but admiration for what he and T3 Sixty has built. My goal is to expand upon the great reputation and high-quality service levels the company has set, and to become the undisputed source of solutions for brokerage companies during these exciting times of rapid industry innovation and change.”
Saxton’s journey in consulting began in the communications and digital marketing industry, growing a multi-million-dollar agency in a highly competitive industry. He repeated this success in the real estate industry with REAL Trends, gaining valuable experience inside one of the most efficient technology companies in real estate.
“Travis’s appointment validates the continuation of T3 Sixty’s drive to be the most sought-after and progressive management consulting company in the residential real estate industry,” added Miller. “We are excited for Travis to lead our technology division into the future.”