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Kevin Shtofman

Global Head of InnovationCherre


Member Since June 2022


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As Global Head of Innovation at Cherre, we serve Fortune 500 Real Estate clients across all property types. We help developers, operators, investors, and managers/advisors increase productivity and profitability with our patented data integration and visualization platform. We are Patented Business Intelligence, used by large enterprise clients. Most of our current 40+ enterprise clients are using our platform to ingest data from 10+ systems and countless spreadsheets and external data sources and aggregate it efficiently, leading to a streamlined business intelligence tool for executives and analysts alike. Our customers cut down significant time creating reports for public and private investors, create holistic visual analysis to negotiate transactions and track their pipelines (on mobile devices as well), and build a competitive edge without having to train various departments and stakeholder groups in multiple new systems. NavigatorCRE is meant to serve as your data hub, where everyone starts their day and collaborates in order to make decisions in 6 minutes that used to take 6 days! Outside of work, I am Peloton enthusiast (find me! Handle is Kevin_Shtofman), a Dad (Avery and Lily), a dog dad (Milo and Jet), and happy Husband (Katie).

Published content

Is your small business in compliance with industry standards? 

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Here are 11 areas to consider if you want to keep your business up to code. It's essential to remain compliant with marketplace regulations if you plan to stay in business. By doing so, your clients and partners will appreciate your credibility as a trustworthy brand. It also puts you in a better position when times are tough and when they are forced to make hard and fast investment decisions in a budget crunch.   Whether you are trying to comprehend individual state tax laws or trying to navigate how to handle data privacy restrictions that may impact your company and its stakeholders, it's necessary to cover all of your bases so you don't wind up in any legal trouble. Below, leading experts from Fast Company Executive Board discuss the market regulations that have been especially challenging for their organizations and how they were able to overcome the obstacles. In hindsight, abiding by these business requirements has helped some companies thrive even more. 

Raising the bar for remote workers and contractors: 15 tips to try 

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Creating higher workflow standards, and accountability across the board, empowers everyone to strive for success. When you are overseeing a company that depends 100% on remote workers and contractors, it's important to develop a transparent operating system that requires each stakeholder to remain accountable for their workflow.  In addition, building stronger team relations that are not solely focused on work-related issues is essential to enhancing a business environment that fosters support with higher-performance levels, comradery, and genuine trust.  Here are 15 ways that Fast Company Executive Board members have improved their management methods to keep their organization and processes running smoothly between leaders and their direct reports.

15 ways for bootstrapped startups to reward top performers

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Even if you're self-funded, there are affordable ways to recognize and reward your team for a job well done. For a bootstrapped startup, giving monetary rewards to show appreciation to stand-out employees might not be possible in the very beginning. But there are other kinds of rewards and ways of recognizing hard work that experts have found make a larger impact than money. From shout-outs in all-hands meetings to creating dedicated "kudos" Slack channels, startup founders have created innovative and effective ways to show their appreciation for their employees' hard work without going over budget. Below, a panel of Fast Company Executive Board members provides their best cost-effective ideas for recognizing employees for their excellent work.

10 factors to consider when assessing the customer journey

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Are you meeting your clients where they're at to help them reach their ultimate goals?  As the digital marketplace continues to evolve, there are plenty of opportunities through technological advancements for leaders to gauge the customer experience and real-time behaviors.  But to ensure a brand is meeting client expectations and market standards, it's more than just collecting artificial intelligence or emailing a mass marketing survey. For companies truly aimed at staying in alignment with their base and increasing satisfaction rates, it's about developing quality products and services that actually work, and letting the clients lead the way. Here are 10 tried and true methods that Fast Company Executive Board members highly recommend and rely on to measure a greater customer experience, find solutions, and build on continuous improvement.

Letting go of real estate data myths: How you can take advantage of new realities


Letting go of old paradigms can be very hard, but as the built world with COVID and return to work has proven, all “rules” are primed for innovation and improvement.

11 ways to elevate a ho-hum product or service

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Here's how to build brand ambassadors, no matter what you're selling. Getting your clients to stay on board while trying to attract a few more good ones, is never an easy task—whether you're trying to push an item that is older, dull, and irrelevant in the changing marketplace or promoting something you just launched. However, before you entertain the thought of removing a low-performing product or service from your company's portfolio altogether, experts from Fast Company Executive Board are here to advise leaders on their best strategies to put a fresh spin on your offerings that are sure to re-engage and excite a growing customer base. This promotes brand loyalty centered on your company's  mission statement and purpose.

Company details


Company bio

Cherre is a real-estate focused data management platform built for all asset classes and operations that integrates and aligns data, point solutions, and teams to streamline workflows and accelerate decision-making.



Company size

51 - 200

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