Scott Martin leads InteliGlas’ commercial real estate property relations, sales strategies, and fundraising. He is a 31-year veteran of office sales and leasing.
Martin has vast experience in commercial real estate leasing, on both sides of the transaction with a total of over 980 transactions closed in his career. His astute market knowledge provides a 360° view on every transaction. At NAICapital, Martin founded Team Martin bringing office leasing and investment sales together to analyze and assess strategic positioning of real estate deals. Martin's experience in syndication of real estate investments has leveraged his ability to seek cash flow opportunities for clients across the USA. In addition, Martin's association with the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) has provided an ability to facilitate leasing needs around the World.
Martin has successfully closed over $1.5 billion in commercial real estate transactions. What has contributed to his success is a basic understanding of what drives business of all types to the market. As an SIOR designee, Martin maintains a cutting-edge understanding of all aspects of office space utilization, market segmentation and strategic negotiations that yields repeat clients with a high factor of success. Martin possesses a great deal of commercial real estate product knowledge and marketing expertise. His success in lease transactions comes from his poised and artful negotiating strategies. He has succeeded in the closure of over 840 lease transactions.
Martin presently serves as SIOR Chairman of the Conference Committee, and is a 20-year White Suit Member of the globally recognized Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association.
Martin earned his B.A. from the University of Oregon and is a longstanding member of the prestigious Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).
Robert Granadino drives the business vision, and leads development of market strategy and growth. He has over 25 years of high tech experience as a businessman, entrepreneur, information technologist, industrial designer, and inventor.
Granadino is prominent for his work in the internet broadband and wireless access business. An early leader at the pioneering internet service provider EarthLink, Granadino designed the build-out of the largest broadband network in the United States growing revenues from $0 to $225M in under three years with complete P&L responsibility.
He was a founding executive team member of Boingo Wireless, where he oversaw Boingo’s global Wi-Fi development closing the industry’s first Wi-Fi roaming wholesale network agreements, as well as, leading its software distribution strategy. An experienced fund raiser, he raised $20M in venture capital with the Boingo team in 2001, just after the burst of the Internet bubble. Granadino built the 4th largest US Wi-Fi network at Toshiba in the mid-2000s.
Granadino has held executive leadership positions in sales, business development, and operations at cybersecurity giants Symantec Corporation and Fortinet Inc. In past positions, he has structured strategic partnerships generating revenues totaling in the billions of dollars with organizations such as Verizon, Comcast, Charter, Sprint, AT&T, Intel, IHG, and McDonald's. He has successfully led eight- and nine-figure sales channels with complete P&L responsibility.
Granadino is a 9x US Patent recipient and named inventor for the intellectual property responsible for establishing the popular industry standard for computer ergonomic keyboards design engineering to address "carpal tunnel syndrome" in the workplace. His patent portfolio is listed in the top ten percent of cited patent prior art in the world, according to a 2011 Columbia University study. Granadino licensed the patented technology to industry leading manufactures such as Microsoft and Logitech for use in their keyboard designs.
Granadino earned his B.A. from University of California, Berkeley with post-graduate work at the Wharton School and Haas School of Business.
Elias Kaczer leads InteliGlas’ commercial real estate smart building platform architecture, hardware design and software development.
He has over 25 years experience in software engineering, remote monitoring and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, and cloud computing.
Kaczer is an innovative end-to-end product developer of the user experience and a full-stack engineer. He has designed real-time telemetry system for six of the Top 10 waste management companies in the US. He has held leadership roles in software programming and software engineering at UCLA Medical Center, Nestle, SCS Engineers, and Sun Microsystems.
Kaczer was the leader of the software development team for environmental engineering at SCS Engineers, and awarded "Top of Field" in McGraw Hill’s Engineering News Record for his innovative remote monitoring & control technologies for the environmental and solid waste industries.
Kaczer is an alumnus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) studying Biochemistry at the David Geffen School of Medicine. He is certified in SCADA systems, security, analytics and programming.