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Yardi President and Point2′s SVP Named to Inman Top 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders List for 2010

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RISMEDIA, December 23, 2010—Yardi Systems announced that company President, Anant Yardi and Senior Vice President of Point2, Saul Klein have been named to the prestigious Inman News Top 100 Most Influential Leaders in Real Estate List for 2010 in the Technology category.

The Inman Top 100 is an annual list that recognizes power brokers, thought leaders, experts and visionaries who influence the real estate industry with words, actions, insight and innovations. Inman also took the finalists’ impact on the industry during the current period of economic uncertainty under consideration.

Individuals on this year’s list were selected after a nomination process and an Inman News editorial review. Finalists were chosen in several categories including Brokerage, Government, Media, Mortgage and Ancillary Services, and Online—Blogging, Social Media.

“We are honored to be in the company of such great visionaries and trailblazers. We have our staff and clients to thank for Yardi’s success, and we thank Inman News for their recognition of our efforts,” said Yardi.

“2010 was a year we can remember for many great challenges. The year has also seen remarkable initiatives, technological advances, creativity and perseverance of many great industry leaders,” said Klein, who has been named to the Inman Top 100 List for the past six years.

Other Inman Top 100 finalists include Alex Perriello, president and CEO of Realogy Franchise Group; Dave Liniger, co-founder and chairman of the board of RE/MAX LLC; Mark Lesswing, chief technology officer for the National Association of REALTORS®; Melanie Aitken, commissioner of competition for Canada’s Competition Bureau; David Stevens, commissioner of the U.S. Federal Housing Administration; and U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.).

For more information, visit www.yardi.com and www.point2.com.

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