MiTek USA, a Berkshire Hathaway company, has announced the launch of the MiTek Builder Technology Summit. The event will be at the Naples Beach and Golf Hotel, in Naples Florida, September 19-22, 2017.
The 2017 MiTek Builder Technology Summit will showcase the very latest technology for home building design, estimating and workflow. The Summit will feature technology exhibits and demonstrations, as well as a wide range of educational/training sessions.
The technology Summit will feature MiTek’s builder-focused companies and software platforms including BuilderMT, Cubit, DIY Technologies, Sales Simplicity, SAPPHIRE Supply, SAPPHIRE® Build (KOVA), and Wrightsoft.
In addition, integration partner-companies that have linked to MiTek solutions will also be featured, including Avid Ratings, CG Visions, Build Intelligence (DOMO), Event 1 Software (Liberty Reports), LandDev,Punchlist Manager / Inspection Manager, Specitup, and Western Computer.
The three-day MiTek Builder Technology Summit is focused on information sharing. The Summit will kick off by hearing from current customers, presenting alongside their technology providers, to highlight their experiences and the impact these technologies have had on their businesses.
MiTek is urging attendance from senior home building managers, with a special focus on CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CTOs, as well as personnel from the sales, purchasing, scheduling, and quality-assurance departments.
“This Summit is designed as a technology exposition both in addition to a training/educational event.,” said MiTek’s Rob Hooker. “We intend to draw attendees from elite home building companies that want to see the latest technology designed to cut cycle-times, reduce the need for skilled labor, and drive higher profit margins. We’ll see you in Naples!”
© 2017 David Mazor
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