March 2, 2021
Capital Square, a national investment sponsor specializing in tax-advantaged real estate offerings, announced today that Jeffrey Blount has joined the company as chief technology officer.
“Capital Square has been an early adopter of cutting-edge technologies to reduce costs and minimize risks,” said Louis Rogers, founder and chief executive officer of Capital Square. “Jeff, who built Capital Square’s technology systems from the ground up at his prior firm, will play an essential role in helping Capital Square expand the roll-out of new technologies. The goal is to use technology to work better, smarter and at reduced cost to the benefit of a growing number of broker-dealers, financial advisors, and investors. Capital Square aims to be the most technologically advanced real estate sponsor in the nation.”
Blount brings to his role at Capital Square extensive experience aligning information technology with business objectives, optimizing logistics for seamless daily information technology performance, customizing and improving technology services and processes as well as executive consulting.
Prior to joining Capital Square, Blount served as virtual chief information officer (vCIO) at Cobb Technologies, where he built a managed service provider (MSP) from the ground up to offer help desk, security, monitoring and other information technology services to businesses. Also, in this role, he collaborated with c-suite executives to integrate technology and security improvements; advised executives on growth, scalability, training needs and future information technology requirements; and assimilated diverse products, vendors and environments to better accomplish the goals of his business clients.
“Capital Square has grown to become one of the premier sponsors of tax-advantaged real estate investments in the nation,” said Blount. “I look forward to working alongside a seasoned team of real estate industry veterans to help the firm continue to grow through optimization of its technology services and processes.”
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