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Move, Realtor.com Names New Chief Technology Officer


Suhail Ansari

Move, Inc., operator of  Realtor.com recently appointed Suhail Ansari as Chief Technology Officer, where he will be responsible for overseeing the company's technology strategy.

"Suhail is a leader with a proven track record for leveraging data and technology to improve customer insights and experiences," said Ryan O'Hara, CEO of Move, Inc. "We are committed to looking for new and innovative ways to help home buyers and sellers with one of the biggest financial decisions they will ever make and Suhail's experience will help us move faster. We are excited to add such a talented executive to our leadership team."

At Move, which is a subsidiary of News Corp., Ansari will focus on accelerating innovation to empower people by making all things home simple, efficient, and enjoyable.

Prior to his new role, Ansari was VP of Engineering at R&D at Pivotal Software. Here, he led research and development for the company's suite of big data products.

Before Pivotal in 2014, he spent 11 years with eBay, where he held many senior engineering positions, including VP of engineering, buyer experience. At eBay, he led a global team responsible for developing key areas of eBay's commerce platform, including the home page, search, merchandising, verticals, and SEO across eBay's properties in 20-plus countries.

"I'm thrilled to be joining Move at such a pivotal time in the company's history," Suhail said. "There is tremendous innovation fueling the online real estate space and Move is in a great position to leverage its technology and data assets to deliver solutions that make it easier for consumers to find their dream home."

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