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home building software (residential construction software)

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Home building software, also known as residential construction software, is a collection of programs, processes and information that lets residential...

construction scheduling software (construction project management software)

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Construction scheduling software, also known as construction project management software, is a collection of programs, processes and information used...

construction estimating software

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Construction estimating software is a collection of programs, processes and information used to calculate the total cost of a construction project.

commercial construction software

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Commercial construction software is a collection of programs and processes that provides contractors with the information necessary to successfully ...

construction takeoff software

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Construction takeoff software (sometimes spelled take-off or take off) is a collection of programs, processes and information used to perform a part ...

construction software

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Construction software is the collection of programs, processes and information used to perform various tasks within the building or assembling of a ...

construction accounting software

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Construction accounting software is collection of programs, processes and information that serves all the essential job functions of general ...

smart home app (home automation app)

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A smart home app, sometimes referred to as a home automation app or a smart home automation app, is an application used to remotely control and ...

home server

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A home server is a computer that functions as a server in a client-server home network.

smart home hub (home automation hub)

Definition | IoT Agenda

A smart home hub is hardware or software that connects devices on a home automation network and controls communications among them.

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