B2W continues strong growth
By Andrew Macklin
February 16, 2016 – B2W Software announced that the company grew annual revenue by more than 25 per cent for the third consecutive year,
In addition, the company also noted during its annual report that it achieved 150 new heavy construction enterprise clients, achieved the largest single contract in its 23-year history and reached a 1,500th milestone for companies using its flagship B2W Estimate software for estimating and bidding.
Several of 2015’s most notable customer transactions include an international company headquartered in the U.S. purchasing B2W licenses for 1,100 users to reengineer its estimating and field tracking workflow, becoming the company’s largest, single project. Later in the year, Emil Anderson Construction in British Columbia became the 1,500th company to adopt the B2W Estimate element for estimating and bidding.
In 2015 B2W added integral functionality to its B2W Maintain element, a centralized system used to manage equipment maintenance proactively to minimize downtime and costs. Users can now assign, schedule and view work orders with drag-and-drop simplicity within a customizable screen to optimize maintenance planning. The software also monitors parts inventories–in real-time–and tracks warranties automatically to maximize coverage.
Key B2W Track advancements in 2015 included electronic signature capture and expanded opportunities to manage job information on mobile tablets. Construction companies use B2W Track to record daily production, labor and material use from job sites and to analyze the data in comparison to the original bids.
Moving forward, in 2016 B2W Software will introduce new elements to make it easier to publish and manage customized electronic forms, mine data from the forms in real-time for advanced reporting and to do comprehensive resource planning, scheduling and dispatching.
Construction enterprises in 50 U.S. states, each Canadian province and several countries outside of North America, now utilize B2W’s software solutions.