Michelle Mayer
Marketing Communications
+1 630.933.0844 ext. 246

Carol Stream, Ill., July 5, 2012 – Where will your IT department stand in a few months? How about in a few years? This is the question on the minds of construction professionals across the industry. Today, with the announcement of the Constructech 50, Constructech magazine aims to make the future just a bit clearer.

The Constructech 50, published in the July/Aug issue of Constructech magazine, is a listing of the most influential construction-technology providers with a strong and ongoing market presence, as determined by Constructech’s editorial team.

The Constructech team considers various criteria when determining the winners. Some of those criteria include having a strong product/service aimed at the construction industry, ongoing customer satisfaction and growth, as well as outreach and educational efforts for the construction industry.

“The evolution of technology solutions can shake up the marketplace. It may give newer companies a chance to establish themselves in the arena, and it can also let longtime players prove they are committed to the industry,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech. “The 2012 Constructech 50 exemplifies this, as a snapshot of today’s marketplace. This year’s winning companies are giving builders and contractors solid solutions on which to build, and continue to transform.”

The 2012 Constructech 50 is as follows:

Argos Systems
Bentley Systems
BID2WIN Software
Bluebeam Software
Computer Guidance Corp.
ConEst Software Systems
Constellation HomeBuilder Systems
Corecon Technologies
Dexter + Chaney
Hard Dollar Corp.
HomeFront Software
HTS (Healthcare Technical Services)
Jonas Construction Software
Kova Solutions
Maxwell Systems
McCormick Systems
Meridian Systems
On Center Software
Penta Technologies
ProEst (Construction Management Software)
Sage Construction and Real Estate
Sales Simplicity
The Cram Group
Trimble Navigation
Verizon Wireless
Vico Software
Viewpoint Construction Software

Constructech magazine also named five companies “Up and Comers” for 2012. Those listed as such are companies the Constructech editors believe are primed and ready to take that next step to penetrate the construction industry, leveraging the latest technology and looking to fill specific gaps in the market.

Up and Comers
IPM Global
JB Knowledge
Marathon Digital Services

“Builders and contractors are currently looking to the future of IT in their companies, and how it will help them sculpt their ongoing success,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Constructech. “Construction-technology providers must then find a way to provide solutions that meet these needs. The members of the 2012 Constructech 50 have done just that, and are in turn carving out their place in the future of the industry.”

To learn more about the winners of the 2012 Constructech 50, please visit the Website.

To learn more about how your company may be named as one of the Constructech 50 for 2013, please contact Michelle Mayer at +1 630.933.0844 ext. 246 or via email.

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.