Focused. Committed. Passionate.
Headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, B2W Software is a premier provider of enterprise-class construction software, services and solutions that is redefining the future for streamlined operations. B2W Software solutions effectively leverage the latest technologies into a unified system approach for estimating and bidding, field tracking and analysis, resource planning and dispatching, and asset maintenance.
Designed and built on the ONE (Operational Networked Elements) platform, B2W is the first and only suite of construction management solutions that puts everyone in your company—from managers in the office to foremen in the field—on the same page at the same time. Separately or as one unified suite, B2W Estimate (estimating & bidding), B2W Track (field tracking & analysis), B2W Dispatch (resource management & dispatching) and B2W Maintain (equipment maintenance & repair management) offer:
- Increased operational efficiencies and accuracy for more profitable jobs
- One operational database for single point data entry that enables instant cross module resource visibility and collaboration
- Operational control through real-time dashboards with easy drill downs
- Comprehensive integration with all major accounting software packages
- Advanced capabilities between the field and the office via tablet application
- Intuitive user interface for streamlined estimating, bidding, logistics, field operations and maintenance
2013: BID2WIN Software changes its name to B2W Software, embarking on an extensive rebranding effort designed to mirror the success and transformation of our organization.
“B2W Software’s vision is to inspire and empower contractors to achieve world class operations. Our goal is not simply for our clients to implement software that monitors operations—we want to provide new tools that extract real business intelligence to improve company profitability,” B2W Software CEO, Paul McKeon.
Letter from CEO Paul McKeon | Rebranding FAQs
2012: Announced Mobile Application for iPad and Andriod tablet devices.
2011: Moved headquarters office to a brand-new location on the waterfront of historic downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
2011: Released the second module of the BUILD2WIN Integrated Construction Management Suite—BUILD2WIN Logistics.
2011: Released BID2WIN 2011 and BUILD2WIN Field version 2.3, adding many new user-requested features and enhancements to both products.
2010: Introduced the all-new BUILD2WIN Integrated Construction Management Suite, with three integrated, web-based modules sharing one common database, and allowing all departments to share real-time information on the status of their resources.
2009: Added over 80 new enhancements and features in the release of BID2WIN 2009, as well as released four updated versions of BUILD2WIN.
2008: Released BUILD2WIN Field Tracking—the first browser-based solution to provide real-time tracking and analysis of job cost and project data.
2007: Announced development of the first suite of powerful, enterprise-class construction management tools that synergistically combine estimating and bidding with real-time field data management, providing unmatched ease-of-use, accuracy and control over the most mission critical management processes in the company.
2004: Released BID2WIN 2005—the culmination of a three-year, multi-million dollar development effort to re-engineer the existing application using the latest Microsoft technology.
2001: Massive development effort to create the next generation of heavy construction management software employing Microsoft .NET and its powerful database engine, SQL Server.
2000: Unveiled an enhanced version of BID2WIN Estimating & Bidding to prominent industry representatives at the first BID2WIN Software User Conference.
1998: Debuted BID2WIN Estimating & Bidding—the first construction estimating program built from the ground up for the Windows operating environment.
1995: Introduced Niche PowerBid, the first estimating program designed exclusively for paving companies in North America.
1994: Created the first approved estimating program for MA and NH DOT’s.