When we started in 1997, we were inspired by new real estate technologies and their promise to make our jobs easier, enable us to scale with ease and make informed decisions at any given moment.
Fast-forward two decades and technology is everywhere. However, the promise of digital transformation has yet to be fulfilled. These systems and processes have become outdated, overly complex, poorly implemented and badly maintained.
Our mission? To help companies get more from their technology—ushering in new innovations while maintaining the integrity of old ones—and making the complex, un-complex.
Chief Technology Officer
Dean has over 20 years of product design and global implementation experience with enterprise-level business-critical technical solutions. With a passion for innovation and the impact technology can have on business, he takes pride in quickly distilling complex concepts into simple insights and presenting these with conviction.Read More
Chief Operations Officer
Irene's vast experience and project management skills ensure TopUp Consultants constantly deliver projects to our global clientele, even during our busiest periods. Irene prides herself on building long term client relationships and ensuring effective, practical and efficient service delivery.Read More
Richard is a Chartered Marketer with vast experience in B2B software, consultancy and property management marketing. His workshops help us realise great ideas. His strategic eye brings coordination to our sales and marketing operation. His unenviable task list makes sure we deliver.Read More
Whether you’re just starting out in the real estate industry or already a seasoned consultant, we focus on helping our team members develop the skills they need to thrive. From specialised training and on-the-job experience, to global certification and mentorships, we’re committed to helping you grow.
TopUp is expanding and we’re always on the lookout for talented, motivated people to help drive our success and grow along with us. Interested in helping technology drive the real estate industry?