Eric Aubrey (Wroblewski)
RE/MAX Blue Skies
821 5th Ave S Ste 105
Naples, FL 34102-6617
Eric Aubrey has joined RE/MAX Blue Skies, The Key Team in Naples, Florida where he specializes in luxury residential sales. After a successful career as a software executive, Eric will use his customer-centric attention to detail, to help clients find, purchase, and sell their dream properties in Southwest Florida.
A homeowner in Naples for several years, Eric became a full-time resident after the successful sale of his software company. “I have always loved real estate investment and am extremely excited about joining The Key Team at RE/MAX Blue Skies in order to pursue my passion full-time,” Eric stated.
He was the Founder and CEO of Intelivert, a software company specializing in safety and compliance Software-as-a-Service for clients that included Waste Management, Covanta Energy, PSE&G, Aramark, KPMG, Nestle, and Heineken USA.
Prior to Intelivert, Eric held the positions of Director of Marketing and Director of Enterprise Corporate Communications at Canon Technology Solutions, a subsidiary of Canon USA, where he was responsible for corporate marketing, partner relations, and the development of innovative web and application software for Fortune 500 companies.
Preceding his time at Canon, Eric was the founder and CEO of Red Armadillo Productions, a multimedia production company that created programming for nationally syndicated radio, television, and film. His musical scoring credits include the TV series “Missing Persons” on ABC television (working with Academy Award-winning film composer Joseph Renzetti), “Would You Believe It” on Discovery Channel, and the documentaries, “Most Haunted in America” and “Most Haunted Journeys”. Eric was a regular contributor to Videography and Post magazines and co-authored the digital recording handbook, “Tools for New Times” published by Hal Leonard Publishing. Eric sold Red Armadillo to Canon Technology Solutions.