From the "about" page:
The Phoenix Real Estate Technology Exchange is a group weblog created by the Phoenix real estate weblogging community, by members of the Arizona Regional Multiple Listings Service (ARMLS) Board of Directors and by Michael Wurzer of FBS Systems, Inc. Its primary mission is to serve as an unofficial conduit of support and information for ARMLS members during the transition from Tempo to the flexmls on-line MLS system. Given the rapidly increasing role of technology in the practice of real estate, this mission is certain to creep into other areas of Realtor technology as time goes by.
The current contributors read like a who's who of Phoenix real estate blogging:
This implementation promises to be one of the most blogged about real estate technology implementations ever. I'm looking forward to it.
Despite just being launched this morning, there is already some valuable information to be found at PRETexchange.com. More, much more, will be forthcoming.
If there is anyone out there that has questions, comments or concerns about the FlexMLS Web transition, fire away! This group blog is YOUR conduit to what is happening. If for some reason you don't want to comment there, contact me and I'll be happy to forward your questions and thoughts.
[tags]FlexMLS, Phoenix Real Estate Technology Exchange[/tags]