CEO Coaching International Congratulates Client Synlio on Sale to Boston-Based Building Engines

MIAMI - Dec. 6, 2019 - PRLog -- CEO Coaching International, the leading firm for coaching growth-focused CEOs and entrepreneurs globally, congratulates client Oliver Keller on selling his business, Synlio, to leading commercial real estate operations platform Building Engines.

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Synlio provides an automated, end-to-end RFP solution for commercial real estate property managers. Building Engines is a Boston-based web and mobile property management software firm helping manage more than 2.4 billion square feet across more than 25,000 properties. "Building Engines is a perfect fit," said Keller, Synlio's CEO. "Together we will dramatically increase our joint CRE footprint by continuing to automate and improve how assets are managed, saving property managers significant time and money." Regarding CEO Coaching International, Keller added "My CEOCI coach has been instrumental in us Making Big Happen. Not only is he a trusted advisor who has held me accountable to myself and my vision, but he has also become a close friend."

"It is with great pleasure that we will celebrate this life-changing milestone with Oliver and his team," comments Mark Moses, CEO and Founding Partner of CEO Coaching International. "This is why we do what we do."

Synlio will keep its Scottdale location and be rebranded as RFP Automation within the Building Engines' CRE platform. Building Engines is backed by Wavecrest Growth Partners, River Cities Capital Funds, MassMutual Ventures, and Camber Creek Ventures.

About Synlio
Synlio is the leading automated RFP solution for commercial real estate property managers, managing the RFP process from beginning to end. The company's technology creates and manages vendor communications and analyses, benefiting property managers and building owners by saving them time, increasing transparency, cutting costs, and providing the best vendor for every project. Synlio works behind the scenes to solve a major problem in commercial real estate, quickly matching quality vendors with the requirements of different projects. On average, Synlio's combination of automation, standardization, and communication reduces the typical RFP process by over 10 hours.

About CEO Coaching International

CEO Coaching International works with the world's top entrepreneurs, CEOs, and companies to dramatically grow their business, develop their people, and elevate their overall performance. Known globally for its success in coaching growth-focused entrepreneurs to meaningful exits, CEO Coaching International has coached more than 350 CEOs and entrepreneurs in more than 25 countries. Every coach at CEO Coaching International is a former CEO or President that has made big happen. The firm's coaches have led double-digit sales and profit growth in businesses ranging in size from startups to over $1 billion, and many are founders that have led their companies through successful eight and nine figure exits. CEOs and entrepreneurs working with CEO Coaching International for three years or more have experienced an average EBITDA CAGR of 66.4% during their time as a client, more than five times the national average. For more information, please visit: https://www.ceocoachinginternational.com

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