Constructech Announces the 2015 Constructech 50

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Constructech announces its annual Constructech 50 list, with only 13 companies remaining on the list since it began in 2009. While that number might seem small, an in-depth look at the market shows this is due to a changing landscape.

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The companies that earned this year’s designation prove they have a vision for the future of technology, which ultimately will result in dollars earned, not just saved, for the construction industry.

A closer look at the state of the technology market in construction—including a resurgence of M&As (mergers and acquisitions), cloud and mobile advances, and more, shows technology in construction is changing.

This change is evident in Constructech’s annual Constructech 50 list, which was announced today. Only 13 companies have remained on the list since it began in 2009. While that number might seem small, an in-depth look at the market shows this is due to a changing landscape.

Companies on the Constructech 50 represent the leading technology powerhouses that are dominating the construction landscape.

Every year, the Constructech editors spend months researching hundreds of companies, seeking company financials, conducting interviews with construction companies, and consulting with the editorial advisory board to determine the leaders. Some of the criteria include: having a strong product/service aimed at the construction industry, evaluating the ongoing customer satisfaction and growth, and providing outreach and educational efforts in the industry, among others.

“This year’s Constructech 50 is different from any list we have previously unveiled,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine. “The companies that earned this year’s designation prove they have a vision for the future of technology, which ultimately will result in dollars earned, not just saved, for the construction industry.”

The 2015 Constructech 50 is as follows:
Aconex
Asite
Assemble Systems
Autodesk
Avid Ratings Co.
B2W Software Inc.
Bentley Systems
BuilderTREND Solutions
BuildTools Inc.
CG Visions
Citrix Systems Inc.
Co-construct
ConEst Software Systems
Corecon Technologies
Dexter + Chaney
e-Builder
eSUB Inc.
FASTTAC
FreightTrain
HomeFront Software
IPM Global
iSqFt
JDM Technology Group
Jonas Construction Software
Mark Systems
Microsoft Corp.
MiTek
Multivista
MySmartPlans
NEMETSCHEK GROUP
Newforma Inc.
On Center Software Inc.
Oracle Corp.
OxBlue Corp.
Pantera Global Technology Inc.
Penta Technologies Inc.
PlanGrid
Plexxis Software
PMWeb
Procore
RIB Software AG
Sage Software Inc.
Sales Simplicity Software
SAP
Systemates Inc.
Textura Corp.
ToolWatch Corp.
Trimble Navigation Limited
Viewpoint Construction Software
WennSoft

“The Constructech 50 is about much more than the technology a company has to offer,” says Laura Black, editor, Constructech magazine. “It is about finding the best of the best organizations that are poised to stay the course in the years ahead, helping construction professionals make decisions about who to select as a partner.”

To learn more about the winners of the 2015 Constructech 50, please visit the Website.

For more information on the 2015 Constructech 50, please contact Laura Black at lblack(at)specialtypub(dot)com

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