e-Builder, the pioneer of web-based capital project management and collaboration software today announced it is celebrating 12 years of innovation in the real estate development and construction industry.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) June 7, 2007 -- e-Builder, the pioneer of web-based capital project management and collaboration software today announced it is celebrating 12 years of innovation in the real estate development and construction industry. e-Builder is one of the few Internet companies to successfully navigate through the dot com boom and subsequent bust as well as the real estate boom and subsequent bust. For over ten years, the company has managed to grow at more than 30% per year and remain profitable. With hundreds of customers and tens of thousands of users, e-Builder has made an impact in the way buildings are built around the world. When asked about the secrets of e-Builder's success, Jonathan N. Antevy, e-Builder CEO and co-founder responded simply, "we listen to our customers and give them what they want."
In addition to reaching this latest milestone the company will announce a major development in late June. "We are excited about this news which will have a resounding impact in the industry for years to come" said Antevy. "Even after 12 years, the real estate development and construction industry has a long way to go in terms of streamlining the planning, construction, and operations process. But we are seeing real and significant improvements as a result of technology. This announcement will further reinforce our position as the leading innovator in the industry."
e-Builder was born as a result of Antevy's first-hand experience with the inefficiencies and poor communications plaguing the construction industry. These challenges led him to devise viable ways that the Internet could connect teams and enable collaboration. In completing his master's degree in construction management, Antevy researched and presented his year-long study of multimedia and Internet applications for the construction industry. Four years later, McGraw-Hill made a strategic investment in the company and has seen e-Builder grow into one of the leading contenders still thriving today. Jonathan co-founded e-Builder in 1995 and is widely credited for bringing capital project management and collaboration to the Internet. He was nominated by Engineering News-Record as one of the Top 25 Newsmakers of the year for being the first person to move practical construction applications onto the Web.
Founded in 1995, e-Builder is a leading provider of capital project management and collaboration solutions that address the unique needs of the construction industry during all phases of real estate development, construction, and operations. e-Builder combines cutting edge technology and industry expertise to provide thousands of owners, architects, engineers, contractors and suppliers with ways to simplify and efficiently manage the development and construction process. e-Builder is nationally recognized as the pioneer of web based software to improve communication and collaboration in construction, honored in 1995 by Engineering News-Record as one of the Top 25 Newsmakers of the year. The company is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is backed by McGraw-Hill Construction. For more information, visit