Foundation Software Challenges Contractors: Do You Really Know Your Vendors?

VP of Business Development, Steve Antill, to Speak at ASA SUBExcel on
the Technology Questions You Should Be Asking

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”” target=”_blank”gt;#asalt;/agt;–Foundation Software, developer of software, services and education for
construction businesses announced recently that their vice president of
business development, Steve
, will be speaking at the American Subcontractors Association
(ASA), SUBExcel 2019, which will take place March 6-9 in Nashville, TN.

Antill’s presentation, titled “5 Questions You Never Ask a Technology
Partner But Need To,” is aimed at contractors looking to invest
in construction technology and asks the question: do you really know who
your vendors are?

“I think the presentation is effective because contractors aren’t always
inclined to think about who their technology partners are or why the
relationships they have with them are important,” Antill says, “But with
all of the consolidation in our industry over the last decade or so,
it’s important to make sure you’re choosing a vendor that’s going to be
around for the next five to ten years — and that whatever goals they
have align with your own.”

Antill joined Foundation in 1999 while studying marketing at the
University of Akron. He built up his knowledge of Foundation’s flagship
construction accounting application as a support representative and
software trainer before moving into sales. As one of the company’s first
regional sales managers, Antill led its West Coast office for over nine
years, where his on-the-ground work made California one of the company’s
largest regions today. He returned to Foundation’s Cleveland
headquarters in 2011 as director of sales before being promoted to the
vice president of business development in 2017.

About Foundation Software

delivers job cost accounting, project management and mobile
applications, along with payroll services and education, to help
contractors run the business side of construction. For more information,
call (800) 246-0800 or email


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