B2W Software Honored for Construction Software — September 15, 2015 –B2W Software, a Portsmouth-based supplier of specialized software used by construction companies throughout North America, announced it has earned two 2015 awards from Constructech magazine, a leading U.S. trade publication covering technology in the construction sector.

Constructech named B2W Software to its list of “Top 50” most influential construction technology providers for the sixth consecutive year. B2W is also one of only 13 companies remaining on this list since it began in 2009.

In addition, the B2W Estimate software application for estimating and bidding and the B2W Maintain application for managing equipment maintenance and repair were among the winners of Constructech’s “Commercial Top Products” awards for 2015.

“Our growing list of clients in the heavy construction sector need innovative software that allows them to streamline operations and improve profitability,” said Paul McKeon, CEO of B2W Software.

Constructech judges determine the annual “Top 50” list of influential companies based on ongoing development and delivery of innovative technology that drives the construction industry forward. The “Top Products” program recognizes specific solutions based on unique capabilities and market acceptance.

B2W Estimate, a specialized application for heavy construction estimating and bidding, includes capabilities that allow estimators to complete multi-million-dollar bids with optimal speed, accuracy and efficiency. Construction companies use the B2W Maintain application to manage maintenance and repair for fleets that can include several hundred pieces of equipment. The software enables coordination, enterprise-wide visibility and a proactive approach to maintenance designed to reduce costs and maximize equipment uptime.

B2W Software (previously BID2WIN Software) is a leading provider of enterprise-class construction software, services and solutions that is redefining the future for streamlined operations. For more information, visit

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