JDM Technology Group acquires New Zealand construction software providers
We are pleased to announce that the JDM Technology Group is growing again through the acquisition of three distinct New Zealand construction software providers: CostCon, Nimbus Software, and Plusfactor.
Based in Christchurch, CostCon offers a fully integrated accounting ERP and job costing system geared to contractors in New Zealand. Used by leaders in the building and civil contracting industries, CostCon helps businesses to manage a full range of essential tasks, including project costing, contract work, performance management and accounting and have a growing customer base across the sector, from residential and commercial building to civil contracting, sub-contractors and manufacturers.
For more information visit www.costcon.co.nz
Founded in 1978, Nimbus has evolved from an accounting software provider, to a fully integrated, end-to-end solution provider, committed to delivering real time business solutions. The unique design of Nimbus Software means it is not only suitable for their core Contracts and Service Industry customers, but equally valuable to the wider business community. Their clients are diverse and include businesses such as Government and Contracting Agencies, Electricians, Plumbers, Engineers and civil contractors.
For more information visit www.nimbus.co.nz
Plusfactor Group Ltd is an Auckland-based software development company producing software specifically for companies for whom Job Costing is a prime requirement of their management information system.
For more information visit www.plusfactor.co.nz
Jim McFarlane, Owner of JDM Technology Group says: “Acquiring CostCon, Nimbus, and Plusfactor further strengthens our position in the Australia and New Zealand construction software market, adding New Zealand-based teams with a presence in Christchurch, Nelson, and Auckland and New Zealand-specific products geared to local requirements. These acquisitions reinforce our locally-led, globally-supported principle of local teams addressing the needs of local customers with support from the larger group and add multiple product offerings suited to different tiers of customers to the group.”