The proptech firm, which tracks and manage assets through the commercial property lifecycle, has appointed former CEO of GVA UK Rob Bould as its first chairman.
Oli Farago, CEO and chief technology officer at Coyote, said Bould’s “expertise and understanding of the sector” is of an “unparalleled calibre”.
Bould has been a board member of Coyote since the software company launched in October 2017 as non-executive director.
The prominent proptech firm was originally developed eight years ago as in-house software for M7 Real Estate, before spinning out of the group as an independent technology business. During this time, the software has accrued over a million user hours.
Coyote provides real-time management information on all assets in a portfolio. The software integrates with multiple systems such as Yardi, Qube, MRI and Tramps, to create a dashboard where all data can be accessed anytime from a mobile, tablet or PC.
Commenting on his new role, Rob Bould said Coyote has been “revolutionising the way industry acquires and manages assets” and is at the “epicentre of proptech innovation”, and added he is looking forward “the exciting developments that lie ahead.”
Bould holds other senior advisory and non-executive director roles including with Palmer Capital Income Fund, IPSX Group, the first securities market for commercial real estate, Investment Property Forum. and BHT Energy. Most recently, he was elected as LandAid’s new Chair of the Board of Trustees.