HomeSphere Maximizes Rebates, Cuts Costs of Materials
HomeSphere (Booth W3665) will be at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando Feb. 7-10 to give builders insight into how its Web-based services can provide them with competitive advantages in the marketplace.
As the premier provider of technology-leveraged supply chain services to the home building industry, HomeSphere connects builders and supply chain partners with each other and to critical market intelligence on how supply chain efficiencies can boost profitability.
Through the company’s exclusive Web-based technology, builders can:
- Maximize rebate potential. Offering the power of volume purchasing, HomeSphere seeks out and secures attractive cash incentives that builders are often not able to establish for themselves. By choosing products from the company’s BRI supply chain partners, builders can maximize their rebate potential by identifying and collecting 100% of their rebates. Builders receive access to the best brands and one point of contact to convert all incentives into one easily-collectible check.
- Gain control of existing rebates. HomeSphere’s AllTrack software is the industry’s first rebate management program for builders specifically designed to coordinate and optimize all in-house rebate programs. Builders gain control of back-end savings as they identify and maximize existing rebate opportunities and collect more of them.
- Tech-boosted, hands-on materials analysis that reduces hard costs. HomeSphere’s new Material Takeoff (MTO) Service applies state-of-the-art technology for the analysis of job-site materials usage for more accurate estimating and precise purchasing of materials. The data that is generated provides builders with front-end cost savings on materials, and also creates a foundation for other valuable supply chain services such as collaborative buying.
HomeSphere is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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