Professional Bulder Product Report: Business Solutions

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A variety of business software solutions for home building companies are presented.

July 01, 2007

Chief Architect

In May, the company announced Chief Architect's X1, the latest version of the architectural design and drafting software. The system now features the 3D Roof Designer and 3D Wall Designer tools as well as updated modeling tools and kitchen and bath toolset configurations. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-141

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BuildTech Solutions

BuildTech Solutions' project management technology for builders and developers fills "a void in existing system applications," according to the company. The software provides a host of integration and management tools, including automatic PC or PDA updates via an Internet connection along with real-time information sharing. FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-143

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Sage Software

Now featuring an Executive Dashboard that gives builders the ability to quickly check the company's health at a glance, Sage's Master Builder Version 12 also features improved licensing that maintains the benefits of concurrent use licensing, but now makes the process of adding or removing users easier. The company's software portfolio also includes Peachtree by Sage Premium Accounting for Construction. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-144

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HomeFront

HomeFront touts the HomeBuilder Management Tool Kit as an end-to-end sales and construction management tool that also integrates automatically with Sage's Timberline Office software. According to the company, it is aimed at builders who produce between 25 and 2,500 homes per year. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-142

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