We’re thrilled to announce today that Jimmy Kelly, Lone Wolf President/CEO, has been named one of real estate’s most powerful leaders, according to the recently released Swanepoel Power 200 (“SP 200”).
Jimmy Kelly has served as Lone Wolf President/CEO since 2019. In that time, Kelly presided over several acquisitions of leading technology companies, including zipLogix, W+R Studios (Cloud Agent Suite), HomeSpotter, LionDesk, Terradatum, and Propertybase. Kelly has significantly expanded the Lone Wolf product portfolio to now include digital marketing, websites, CRM, CMA, transaction management, eSignature, back office and accounting, business insights, metrics, and recruiting software.
As a result of this dramatic growth, Lone Wolf is now the leading software provider for every major stakeholder in real estate—agents, brokers, franchises, MLSs, and associations—putting the company in a great position to fulfill its vision to simplify real estate for all.
“It’s an honor to be on this list with so many great leaders who are equally committed to the industry. I’d like to thank the T360 team for their inclusion, and extend my kudos to the other leaders,” said Jimmy Kelly, Lone Wolf CEO. “I’d also like to highlight the amazing work of the Lone Wolf team. The company’s growth is a direct result of this team’s relentless effort and ingenuity, and I couldn’t be prouder to be their leader. Together, we’re bringing the time-honored tenets of the real estate industry into the present and making real estate simpler, better for everyone involved.”
Read more about the SP 200 here.
About SP 200:
“The SP 200 rankings are based on a variety of criteria, including achievements and successes of leaders and executives over the past year, the size of the company they lead, personal leadership and influence within the industry and outside their own company, their track record and the resources they have at their disposal or in their control. The ranking is widely acknowledged as the highest recognition an industry leader and executive can receive.”