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VTS Reaches Portfolio Milestone, Adds Chief Product Officer

Asset management platform VTS said its managed portfolio had reached 10 billion square feet in 35 countries, including approximately 60% of Class A office space in the U.S. The company has also added a chief product officer, Gijo Mathew.

In this role, Mathew will lead VTS’ product, design and innovation teams globally to develop and deliver the company’s products. He previously served in a similar capacity for, and was responsible for the strategy and execution of a product portfolio that generated more than $800 million in revenue, across a mix of B2C and B2B products.

With three new product introductions along with adding a record number of clients, “2018 was an amazing year for VTS, and with the addition of Gijo Mathew to our executive team, I know we will continue to lead the transformation of the commercial real estate industry,” said Nick Romito (pictured), CEO of VTS.

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