Aussie technology firm set to shake up US trade services industry
Boulder, CO (July 11, 2016) – Australian job management software company simPRO Software has re-located senior management to new offices in Boulder, Colorado, ahead of a major push into the US market.
simPRO has been slowly introducing its cloud-based job management software to the US market since early 2015, but will embark on an aggressive growth strategy following the opening of the new office.
Several key corporate staff, and the global CEO Brad Couper, have re-located to Boulder as part of the new push.
simPRO Software provides job management software for the trade services industry. The cloud-based system helps users to refine processes, improve profitability, and increase productivity. Clients range from small contracting operations through to corporate enterprises with thousands of staff.
“simPRO solutions improves our clients’ business processes so the business runs more efficiently with increased profitability,” said simPRO CEO Brad Couper. “But we are more than a software solution. We help our clients pursue what they are passionate about, whether it’s business growth, personal wealth, or the freedom to pursue life outside of work: the simPRO Journey.”
The company has a long history of partnering with associations to support educational efforts and industries. As part of an overall growth strategy, simPRO has joined several key national associations representing verticals within which simPRO operates – plumbing, HVAC, electric and security.
simPRO is now a member of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors National Association (PHCC), the PHCC Quality Service Contractors (QSC), the Electronic Security Association (ESA) and is a Gold-level industry partner of the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC). The company has also joined the Colorado chapters of each of these associations.
simPRO Software Chief Marketing Officer Vanessa Winter said the company was excited to be partnering with trade associations to offer education programs, meaningful business information and technology tools to members.
“We are proud to provide software solutions proven to help contractors save time and money and use their workforce more efficiently, the latter being more important than ever given our current workforce shortage,” she said.
simPRO plans to launch in cities throughout the US, starting first in the Denver, Colorado metro area, continuing in 2017 with at least one dozen more city launches.
simPRO Software was founded in 2002 by Stephen Bradshaw, an electrical contractor in Australia. The technology company is a leading provider of job management software solutions to trade contractors performing service, project and maintenance work. simPRO serves nearly 3,000 company clients and 80,000+ users worldwide.