Getting kids ready for the school year isn't easy for struggling households so we are more than happy to help out the community in this way.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
Systemates, Inc. joined the Fill-A-Backpack School Supply Drive in cooperation with several Dallas non-profit organizations, including Jonathan's Place, Interfaith Housing Coalition, Genesis Women's Shelter, and others. Systemates is proud to help support the community while providing Projectmates, the best in construction project management software.
"Dallas kids will be heading back to school later this month. Getting kids ready for the school year isn't easy for struggling households so we are more than happy to help out the community in this way," said Hemant Bhave, AIA, Vice President at Systemates.
Backpacks were stuffed with back-to-school essentials like paper, paints, pens, and pencils. Systemates donated time and money to the effort, matching employee contributions for the school supply drive.
Founded in 1995 by leading architects and software engineers, Systemates developed Projectmates to equip owners and owners’ representatives with a secure, sophisticated Web-based construction management software solution. Projectmates’ collaborative platform dramatically improves project execution, cuts costs and delays, increases accountability, and reduces risks. With its cutting edge technology, Projectmates creates one seamless platform for managing the complete lifecycle of a building, from planning, bidding, and building to maintaining the facilities. Over 25,000 users from organizations such as Retailers, Real Estate developers, Educational and Government agencies rely on Projectmates to manage billions of dollars in capital construction programs. Systemates is privately held and headquartered in Dallas, Texas. To learn more about Projectmates by Systemates visit projectmates.com.