CrowdComfort offers building owners, operators, and occupants a new and powerful way to share information about comfort, maintenance, and safety issues with an easy to use smart device application. Our platform converts this crowd sourced feedback into time stamped, geo-located heatmaps with actionable reports through a custom portal allowing building owners or facility managers to respond more rapidly and cost effectively to occupant concerns. CrowdComfort democratizes and amplifies the voices of building occupants, while helping building owners to pinpoint energy and operational saving opportunities.

HQSomerville, US
Size (employees)15 (est)
CrowdComfort was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Somerville, US
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Key People/Management at CrowdComfort

Kevin Loos

Kevin Loos

Co-Founder, VP of Sales & Operations
Oscar Cortes

Oscar Cortes

Director of Engineering
Matt Carmody

Matt Carmody

Sales Manager
Scott Lettera

Scott Lettera

Scott Balboni

Scott Balboni

Account Manager
Jim Fitzgerald

Jim Fitzgerald

Developer Manager
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CrowdComfort Office Locations

CrowdComfort has offices in Somerville and Beverly
Somerville, US (HQ)
28 Dane St
Beverly, US
438n 100 Cummings Center
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CrowdComfort Financials and Metrics

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CrowdComfort total Funding

$1.7 m

CrowdComfort latest funding size

$1.40 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

CrowdComfort investors

CrowdComfort's latest funding round in November 2015 was reported to be $1.4 m. In total, CrowdComfort has raised $1.7 m
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CrowdComfort Online and Social Media Presence

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CrowdComfort Blogs

Building Community with Real Estate and Tech

Boston Built Tech founder Chuck Tanowitz sits down with guest host Molly Bales of Adappt to explore the emerging intersection of technology and real estate. “Companies need to get together and coordinate in some way,” Tanowitz says because so many of these companies are working in the same space, an…

Will Martin: What Can We Learn from CoreNet Global Summit?

Will Martin, Director of Real Estate and Facilities for Health Management Systems, attends the CoreNet Global Summit conference to network up with people as well as see what is going on with technology in the industry. It enables him to stay current on the newest in real estate and discovers out wha…

Katy Redmond: A Tech Leader Peels Off the Layers of Bringing New Tech Into the Workspace

Katy Redmond, National Director of Technology Solutions at JLL sits down with the Real Estate Tech Guys to chat about why real estate is traditionally the last business unit to enter the technology sector, what she sees as the next big thing in CRE tech, and what she forecasts for the future. Real e…

Nelly Campos: Starting from Scratch with Real Estate Technology

When it comes to real estate technology, sometimes it can feel like we are traveling back in time. Real estate companies just don’t traditionally jump into adding to their technology stack. For Nelly Campos, she wants to make sure she is finding the best technology for her company to stay ahead of t…

Ken Sinclair of Automated Buildings talks about what it means to be a Building Whisperer

In this episode, Ken Sinclair of Automated Buildings talks to the Real Estate Tech Guys about what it means to be a Building Whisperer. According to Ken, a building whisperer needs to understand the purpose, the reason, the culture of the building, and then make the building adapt to that. Buildings…

Episode 5: A Quick Chat with Omar Ramirez on the Experience Economy

In this exciting new episode, Omar Ramirez joins the Real Estate Tech Guys for a conversation on the experience economy. Omar works at one of the fastest growing technology companies and offers his unique insight into what the most challenging pieces have been for transitioning from an FM role to th…
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CrowdComfort Company Life and Culture

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CrowdComfort Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CrowdComfort founded?

    CrowdComfort was founded in 2013.

  • Who are CrowdComfort key executives?

    CrowdComfort's key executives are Kevin Loos, Oscar Cortes and Matt Carmody.

  • How many employees does CrowdComfort have?

    CrowdComfort has 15 employees.

  • Who are CrowdComfort competitors?

    Competitors of CrowdComfort include Appsee, onXmaps and Radar Labs.

  • Where is CrowdComfort headquarters?

    CrowdComfort headquarters is located at 28 Dane St, Somerville.

  • Where are CrowdComfort offices?

    CrowdComfort has offices in Somerville and Beverly.

  • How many offices does CrowdComfort have?

    CrowdComfort has 2 offices.