B2B Construction Industry Proprietary Software Internet Business
Asking Price: 1,250,000
In recent years, US commercial construction bidding alone has been estimated to account for well over a $1 Billion annually spent on reprographic and document distribution services; with the adjoining pre & post-bid phases of design, construction and on-going facilities management phases spending several times that amount annually. Launched in 2000, this company tightly focused on user needs in this niche segment of the construction industry and methodically developed comprehensive software solutions that have gained national visibility primarily through word-of-mouth. The business supports its licensed software that is aimed primarily at the construction marketplace where it is used to electronically store, organize, distribute and view documents as well as to perform other associated functions. This company's name is a broadly recognized brand that is well positioned for revenue growth from both its established products and its recently developed (but not yet marketed) service offerings that address the same target audience. This is an excellent opportunity to get in on a billion dollar niche with huge upside! The offering includes US Software Source Code Rights, Trade Name & Customer Accounts, Personnel & Administrative Systems and a New Fully Developed Product Suite in which hundreds of thousands of dollars have been invested and is ready to be marketed. Not included but optional are Worldwide Code Rights and Leases (Office, Equip, Furnishings).
|Location||USA, Washington (Snohomish)|
|Home Based Business||No|
|Seller Finanacing Available||No|
Influenced by growing environmental awareness and challenging economic conditions, today's market has become highly oriented towards 'green' and 'efficiency improving' practices: both of which are strong core characteristics of the software tools and services offered through this company. The opportunity is to take advantage of this increasing market demand by applying disciplined sales and marketing leadership to grow revenues in the established market niche as well as to leverage that market presence into adjoining market segments with a 'not-yet-marketed' service offering.
This business has sustainable competitive advantages that include its established service provider marketing relationships which create a difficult-to-penetrate competitive barrier and its control of proprietary source code that is not easily or quickly replicate-able.