Calgary's HomeFront Software Nabs Top Product 2012 Accolade

Calgary-based startup HomeFront Software has earned an accolade from Constructech Magazine. The company's home building software for construction management was named in the magazine's top "New Products" and "Trusted Products" categories.

The software startup was named to the “Constructech 50” list of the most influential construction technology providers in last year, and earned similar accolades in both 2008 and 2009 for its software products.

“Builders are looking for advanced features and functions to help them in their next move forward in technology adoption," says Peggy Smedley, the editorial director of Constructech magazine.  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. This year’s Top Products award winners have risen to the occasion, offering the best in functionality and cost-effectiveness.”

“We’re thrilled to be honored this way again," says HomeFront Software CEO, Daryl Shenner. “We just released our newest product HomeFront CRM. With that, we move one step closer to our goal of providing one complete construction application to manage the entire building process so our customers don’t have to juggle multiple systems. By offering end-to-end home building software solutions, we’re helping construction firms streamline the entire building process while eliminating costly mistakes.”

HomeFront Software
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

HomeFront Software, leading Builder Process Management Software provides residential home builders & contractors the unique ability to manage Sales, CRM, Estimating, Purchasing, Scheduling, Service & Warranty in one easy to use management system. HomeFront’s solutions integrate seamlessly with Sage Timberline, Sage Master Builder, QuickBooks, Simply Accounting and... more

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