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Nokia CEO talks about Properazzi

As our users already know, Properazzi recently launched a collaboration with WidSets to provide a property watch service for mobile phone users. WidSets is a clever consumer service developed by Nokia that, among other things, let’s people receive personalised internet content on their phones, and we’ve been really pleased with the way this has worked for property search.

For that reason, it was also great to see Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo mention Properazzi at the ExpoManagement conference in Madrid this week:

“…There’s an interesting example of this right here in Spain. It’s a real estate service, based in Barcelona, that’s called ‘Properazzi’. Say you are interested in buying a new home. You know the general location, and the approximate size and price range of the house you would like to buy. And, like most of us, you own a mobile phone. This service provides an Internet-based search engine that can quickly help you find the property you’re looking for.”

“There also is a start-up called ‘Widsets’, which it just so happens was created by Nokia. It’s an Internet service that allows people to create and direct personalized feeds of web content right into their mobile device. So you now can create your customized search, connecting you to the most up-to-date information on the continent’s largest database of property listings, and receive it directly into your mobile device, wherever you are. You never have to open an Internet browser, and you never have to turn on your desktop PC…”

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Kiitokset Olli-Pekalle! (a little greeting from all the Finns here at Properazzi)

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May 25, 2007 - Posted by | Nokia

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