The Window & Door Manufacturers Association defines the standards of excellence in the residential and commercial window, door, and skylight industry and advances these standards among industry members, while providing advocacy resources, educational and professional programs, and ways for members to provide greater value to their customers.Soft Tech Group develops and supports leading applications that drive operations of the next generation of fenestrations businesses.From their start in New Zealand in the 1980's, Soft Tech has grown to have offices on five continents working closely with extruders, fabricators and assemblers, dealers and component suppliers.
From front end quoting and pricing to manufacturing and materials/labor optimization, Soft Tech works with each of its clients to streamline processes and maximize the bottom line.
"Having been at the ownership level in the window and door industry, I've seen how our companies grew using the right technology and how skipping on it cost us multiples more than the investment we avoided. It's great to be helping stakeholders navigate this important process so they can more efficiently grow their business. Seeing this take place is the greatest satisfaction I've had in my nearly twenty years in this business," said Soft Tech's Vice President of Sales in North America, Mitch Lewandowski.
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About WDMA: Founded in 1927, the Window & Door Manufacturers Association is the premier trade association representing the leading manufacturers of residential and commercial window, door and skylight products for the domestic and export markets. WDMA members are focused on Total Product Performance™ products that are designed and built to performance-based standards. The association is focused on key member needs in the areas of advocacy, product performance, education and information and facilitating business interactions and relationships in the fenestration eco-system. For more information, please visit www.wdma.com.