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BLC TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

BLC TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

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PURPOSE:

The purpose of the BLC Technology Committee is to identify opportunities and make recommendations regarding MIBOR provided technology solutions, to serve as a resource for technology integrations, to evaluate and physically test proposed technology prior to implementation and during installation and to provide continued assessment of MIBOR-provided technology solutions so that MIBOR BLC continues to provide best in class products and technology is well tested when rolled out to members.

STRUCTURE:

The MIBOR BLC Technology Committee shall consist of 14 members. Expiring terms will be replaced by selection from volunteer applicants on an annual basis by the MIBOR President and confirmed by the Board of Directors as per MIBOR Bylaws Article 13. All members must have a minimum of 2 years’ real estate experience. Consideration will be given to firm size, geographical location, technological experience, number of transactions, committee experience in an effort to provide a balanced compilation of committee members. Committee members serve two years with terms beginning in January.

COMPOSITION:

The composition of committee members will be:

  • 9 Residential REALTORS®
  • 1 Appraiser
  • 1 Property Manager
  • 1 Builder

Chair:Appointed by MIBOR President. Oversees meetings, serves as main group spokesperson
Vice-Chair: appointed by MIBOR President-Elect. Works in conjunction with the chair.
Staff Liaison: Vice President of Business Technology will serve as a liaison to the committee.

COMMITMENT:

Committee members will demonstrate a strong understanding and interest in the technology of the BLC® Listing Service, conduct research and recommend products and services which foster cooperation and compensation amongst participants and subscribers while respecting individual business models. The MIBOR BLC® Technology committee generally meets the second Friday of every month at 2:00 pm. Committee members agree to attend all committee meetings. A member who fails to attend two successive meetings without excuse will be deemed to have resigned, as per MIBOR Bylaws Article 13.2.