Command Alkon named on Constructech 50 list
Published by Lucy Stewardson,
Command Alkon has announced that it has been selected for the 2019 Constructech 50 list, placing in the top 10. The list is comprised of construction technology providers with a strong company culture and ongoing market presence.
The Constructech 50 listing takes into consideration both public and private companies, revenue, customers, and intangibles, which includes how responsive the companies are to customers and the industry as a whole, how accessible they are, and how they serve the industry behind the scenes.
To choose the winners, the editors underwent an extensive judging process, which involved reviewing entries, conducting research on each company considered, and engaging conversations with industry advisors, including professors and construction CIOs, who share their thoughts about key companies in the space.
“Market pressures are squeezing construction budgets, schedules, and available labour,” said Phil Ramsey, CEO at Command Alkon. “We continually anticipate and strive to solve these challenges through world-class solutions. Our inclusion in the top 10 of the Constructech 50 list reemphasises Command Alkon’s position as an industry leader and innovator, and reflects our commitment to improving productivity, communication, and collaboration for all stakeholders at a jobsite.”
“This year’s Constructech 50 prove that these companies have the vision, intuition, and stamina to continue to help the construction industry build bigger and better projects,” said Peggy Smedley, Editorial Director of Constructech and President of Specialty Publishing Media. “These companies have built a business that is designed to stand the test of time by empowering employees to serve industry well.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/11072019/command-alkon-named-on-constructech-50-list/
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