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The Constructech Vision Awards honor companies that have realized the advantages of applying modern technologies to their everyday businesses. In addition to honoring builders and contractors, Constructech magazine recognizes the hardware and software suppliers that have enabled the construction company to achieve its goals.
San Francisco, CA - October 8, 2014 - Fully Managed® announced today that they were named a technology enabler for gold winner Portrait Homes in the Builder/GC Residential $26 Million to $100 Million Award on Oct 4th in San Francisco at the Annual Constructech Vision Awards event. This award is in recognition of the world-class IT Strategy and Support that Fully Managed® provides to its long-time client, Portrait Homes. Portrait Homes has been developing new home communities in the Greater Vancouver Area since 1989, and has been consistently recognized as one of the leading production home builders in British Columbia, Canada.
"This award is a great one in that it is a real testament to us growing our partners' businesses by providing exceptional IT" said Sharleen Oborowsky, President of Fully Managed®.
Several years ago, Portrait Homes retained Fully Managed® to evaluate and overhaul its IT infrastructure by providing new servers and workstations, and standardizing the OS and MS Office platforms. During the process, Portrait relocated to a new corporate headquarters with a dedicated purpose-built IT environment and Fully Managed® oversaw a seamless migration.
Dave Wallace, COO from Portrait homes says, "Portrait is a company that believes in open-book management and empowering its staff with the information to be entrepreneurial in their operations. By creating a collaborative digital environment the entire staff has benefitted from the IT upgrade project. By placing the necessary departmental information and digital tools in the hands of each user Portrait has gained significant labour efficiencies."