Home Building is not a single discipline. Building and selling new construction is an orchestrated event with scheduling, financing, design appointments, subcontractors, and vendors. Each piece of our industry is interconnected and viewing anything in a silo creates either gaps or the need for more personnel or management-level structure.
Join us to understand these relationships and how to transform to a more efficient build and a flatter (i.e. - smaller) organization.
This event will be hosted by ThreadKore, a technology company with a focus on homebuilding, subcontractors, and vendors.
Leading the discussion will be Mike Moxley, President of ThreadKore. Prior to founding ThreadKore, Mike was the CFO of a mid-size home builder, which builds 600+ homes a year. Pushing against the adage: “You can have fast or accurate…but you can’t have both.”, Mike sought to solve the information management problem, one silo at a time.
Also joining from ThreadKore will be Jeff Buchmann, VP of Sales. Now a Charlotte, NC, resident, Jeff is a native of Columbia and has spent the last two decades in medical device sales. He spent the last ten years as a Sales Executive for a Fortune 100 company. Yet even with unlimited resources, Jeff experienced the frustration of having to forecast and run his business sector based on poor quality data. ThreadKore’s solution provides accurate data at the tap of the screen, enabling homebuilders to have the confidence to maximize profitability and efficiency.
ThreadKore now offers all the tools needed from scheduling, to budgeting, accounting, to warranty and each piece in between.