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AboutTime Technologies Recognized as a Winner in the 2013 Constructech 50 Awards

July 3, 2013

Providing the Power of Technology to the Construction Industry Gains Utah Company National Recognition.

Payson, UT (PRWEB) July 03, 2013

Constructech magazine announced today that AboutTime Technologies was named as one of their 2013 Constructech 50, “a listing of the most influential construction technology providers, as determined by the Constructech’s editorial team.”

“Construction professionals must often evaluate what technology can do for their company; asking where money should be invested, and what trends to watch,” says Mike Carrozzo, Chief Editor, Constructech. “The 2013 Constructech 50 is representative of the providers that can address such questions and will work to implement the solutions a company needs in order to provide answers.”

The Constructech editorial team looked at very specific criteria when judging technology companies to receive this award. Such criteria includes “having a strong product/service aimed at the construction industry, ongoing customer satisfaction and growth, as well as outreach and educational efforts for the construction industry.” The Constructech entire 50 list can be read in the July/Aug issue of Constructech Magazine.

“We are pleased to accept this award. We know AboutTime provides a much needed service to the construction Industry,” stated David Moyer, President of AboutTime Technologies. “It is nice to see that other organizations recognize the significant impact that AboutTime’s innovations have on the construction industry as well.”

AboutTime Technologies, the leader in real-time mobile data collection, has been providing innovation to the construction industry for over ten years. AboutTime delivers a complete end-to-end solution from field data collection through “Real-Time” accounting and job cost software integration.

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