Dallas, TX — March 1, 2012 — Systemates, Inc. today announced that Constructech Magazine named Projectmates as a 2012 Commercial Top Products winner. The Constructech Top Products honor technology solutions that have demonstrated the greatest innovations geared toward the construction market. Projectmates was named in the Trusted Products category; the construction projec management software was designed for owners and has a large client base in retail, healthcare, government and educational agencies.
Much has changed in regard to technology solutions available in the five years since we began our annual Top Products awards. The needs of industry professionals have evolved, and today, determining the right solution for your company can be difficult as you wade through a sea of options," says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Constructech. "Our 2012 Top Products winners provide solid solutions in areas from mobility to BIM, and so much more. We truly believe these to be some of the best offerings found in the construction marketplace."
"Projectmates has experienced substantial customer growth over the last year," said Hemant Bhave, AIA, Vice President at Systemates. "That growth reflects our commitment to the industry's evolving needs and the technology that drives Projectmates. Development of Projectmates never ceases. That's a commitment we've made since Projectmates launched in 2000."
Judging for the awards was based on a variety of criteria, including a product's overall usefulness and uniqueness to the construction industry as well as customer growth rate during the past few years for the particular product.
"This year marks the fifth anniversary of our Top Products awards. The traditional gift for the fifth anniversary is wood, which I find very appropriate as we celebrate the 2012 winners," says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Constructech magazine. "Wood is a material that creates a solid and unbendable foundation to build upon. The winning Top Products mirror that strength, providing stable and efficient technology solutions to those companies implementing them."