Viewpoint Launches Business Incubator Initiative to Feed Innovation; Incubator Propagates Entrepreneurialism, Growth and Creative Company Culture

Viewpoint Construction Software announces the Viewpoint Business Incubator (VBI) initiative, the creation of an entrepreneurial environment in which new and novel business concepts serving the construction market are seeded and quickly executed upon by Viewpoint team members.

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Viewpoint recognizes that businesses benefit from feedback and input from industry experts and customers as well as from speed in innovation, decision making and creative execution, and the VBI allows us to do just that.

Portland, OR (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

Viewpoint Construction Software® announces the Viewpoint Business Incubator (VBI) initiative, the creation of an entrepreneurial environment in which new and novel business concepts serving the construction market are seeded and quickly executed upon by Viewpoint team members. The VBI will be one of the focal points of innovation within Viewpoint, and with more than 8,000 customers and nearly 700 employees, Viewpoint recognizes the continued need to support the innovation that has helped create much of the company’s success over the past 35 years.

“Viewpoint values invention and collaboration at many levels, as can be seen through our customer-based Viewpoint Industry Advisory (VIA) group, our Principal Partnership with the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), our annual participation in ENR’s FutureTech Conference, our Strategic Partnership with the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), and now the creation of VBI,” stated Jay Haladay, CEO of Viewpoint. “Viewpoint recognizes that businesses benefit from feedback and input from industry experts and customers as well as from speed in innovation, decision making and creative execution, and the VBI allows us to do just that. An innovative culture also aids in talent recruitment and employee retention resulting in increased productivity and employee engagement.”

As an example of Viewpoint’s participation in these industry events, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Business Development, Matt Harris, will join ENR Magazine’s Publisher, Paul Bonington, today at 10:30 a.m. during the FutureTech conference in San Francisco, in a discussion about recent trends and future innovations in the construction technology market. Viewpoint will also have a table in the exhibitor hall where Matt will be available to speak to the VBI and Viewpoint’s recent acquisition of Maxwell Systems, as well as the company’s latest product offerings.

About Viewpoint
Viewpoint, a leader in meeting the collaborative and information needs of the AEC industry offers construction-specific solutions for a variety of professionals including small, medium, large and enterprise contractors. Viewpoint solutions include takeoff and estimating, project management, accounting solutions, enterprise resource planning, project and BIM collaboration, mobile field-to-office and enterprise content management. Viewpoint customers include more than 30 percent of the ENR 400 and have the most technology partnerships with the top 50 mechanical and electrical contractors in the United States. Viewpoint serves as the technology partner of choice to the construction industry and delivers the right solutions on the right platform, including cloud, SaaS and on premise solutions and provides customers improved accountability, efficiency and productivity throughout the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. For more information, please visit http://www.viewpointcs.com.

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