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March 15, 2018
The cloud-based Seattle brokerage startup MoxiWorks is expanding with two new hires: Jim Tarte as chief financial officer and Marc Chouaniere as vice president of marketing. CEO York Baur said in a statement, “We're honored to have industry veterans that are qualified to work anywhere in tech choose us to practice their craft.” The MoxiCloud platform has expanded from one brokerage client with 6,500 agents to 55 brokerage clients with over 100,000 agents. The company has about 75 employees, and recently expanded to a full floor in the Commuter Building, near the ferry terminal.