Jetbuilt Celebrates Fifth Anniversary, Releases Prototype Code

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Jetbuilt just celebrated its fifth anniversary with the release of its prototype code, available at prototype.jetbuilt.com, to showcase its proof of concept experienced by selected integrators and investors in 2015. Jetbuilt, introduced at InfoComm 2015, will honor its anniversary during InfoComm 2020 Connected from June 16-20, 2020.

Launched by industry integrator Paul Dexter, Jetbuilt was designed to streamline overcomplicated software processes by creating a fast interface that can be accessed anywhere. Dexter founded Jetbuilt as a startup with just himself and a single employee; today, it is a revenue-driven company with nearly 20 employees. In five years, Jetbuilt grew from its first 100 users (acquired in just six months) to thousands of daily users worldwide. Today, NBC Universal, the United States Department of State, and top integrators, higher-education facilities, megachurches and theme parks use Jetbuilt to provide a system for proposal design and project budgeting, project management and sales analytics.

At InfoComm 2019, Jetbuilt unveiled its Project Management 2.0 to provide in-depth project profiles with task lists, commenting, photos and calendars. At ISE 2020, Jetbuilt introduced Funnel, a lead-tracking platform designed to turn opportunities into revenue. The platform also recently announced its first Jetbuilt User Summit to provide a community environment to share ideas and workflows and discuss future functionality.

Jetbuilt will have live demonstrations during InfoComm 2020 Connected.