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Carol Stream, Ill. – Feb. 9, 2012 – Today, Constructech magazine announced the residential winners of its annual Top Products awards.
The Constructech Top Products honor technology solutions that have demonstrated the greatest innovations geared toward the homebuilding market.
Submitted products are judged by Constructech magazine’s editorial team. Products are selected based on various criteria, including the product’s overall usefulness and uniqueness to the construction industry. In addition, the editors also consider the customer growth rate during the past few years for that particular product.
“Builders are looking for advanced features and functions to help them in their next move forward in technology adoption. Where do they begin? What solutions fit their requirements? These are just some of the many answers that readers will discover from the 2012 Top Products,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine. “This year’s Top Products award winners have risen to the occasion, offering the best in functionality and cost-effectiveness.”
The winners of the residential Constructech Top Products of 2012 are:
VisionREZ from Ameri-CAD Inc. – An ITW Company
BuilderTREND from BuilderTREND Solutions Inc.
Co-construct.com from Co-construct LLC
Content Manager from Construction Imaging
Corecon V7 from Corecon Technologies Inc.
HomeFront Software from HomeFront Software
Paperless Service Management from Jonas Construction Software
Maxwell Systems ProContractorMX from Maxwell Systems
NoteVault AlertMe! from NoteVault – The Ultimate CYA
Sales Simplicity from Sales Simplicity Software
Sage Master Builder from Sage Construction and Real Estate
ConstructionSuite from UDA Technologies Inc.
FieldConnect Mobile from Computer Presentation Systems Inc.
HomeDev Pro from Constellation HomeBuilder Systems
DraftLogic Electrical from DraftLogic Inc.
Job Simplicity from HomeFront Software
“For the 2012 Constructech Top Products, our goal was to create a portfolio of superb technology solutions in the construction industry; one that our readers can use as they go forward with technology adoption in the coming year,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Constructech magazine. “We believe this year’s winning products provide efficient, successful options to those looking to improve business.”
To learn more about the residential winners of the Constructech Top Products Awards, don’t miss the digital February issue of Constructech when it is released on February 13.
In addition, be sure to check out the March/April issue of Constructech, featuring this year’s commercial winners. To purchase a copy of the March/April issue, please visit the magazine’s Website.
About Constructech magazine
As the technology advocate for the construction industry, Constructech magazine helps builders, contractors, and corporate owners make informed decisions about software and systems for the office and the field. Constructech continues to be a highly respected and trusted resource for construction technology for almost 15 years, providing unbiased opinions and informative news on software, hardware, automation, and service. constructech.com