Posts Tagged ‘ door and window industry ’

Compusoft to Acquire First Degree Systems, Enter Door and Window Market

Apr 22nd, 2021

Compusoft Group, a global visual CPQ provider, has announced an agreement to acquire First Degree Systems (FDS). The acquisition of First Degree Systems, a UK provider of software solutions for the door and window industry, will add to Compusoft’s previous acquisition of Soft Tech and further expand its offering in this market. The acquisition also […]

Raising Awareness for Window Safety

Apr 8th, 2021

As they do each year, the door and window industry has put a spotlight on window falls during Window Safety Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of April. According to SafeKids Worldwide, an average of eight children age five and under die and more than 3,300 are injured each year from […]

Looking for Fastest Growing Dealers

Jun 5th, 2019

The upcoming (July-August) edition of Door and Window Market (DWM) magazine will include an annual look at the industry’s fastest growing dealers. In addition to comprehensive data provided by Key Media & Research (DWM’s parent company), we’re also welcoming and reviewing independent suggestions. If your company’s sales figures have seen exponential growth in recent years […]

There Are Changes on the Horizon; Be Ready to Adapt

Jan 9th, 2018

We are now heading into the New Year and this raises the question, “How will the business landscape change for the door and window industry, and what must we do to adapt to these changes?” The horizon looks quite different this year, so there are some things to keep in mind as you decide where […]

View of Economy at Six-Year High Among Affluent in New Survey; Indicates Good Potential for Increased Spending

Oct 30th, 2013

The assessment of current business conditions (index of 93) rose 22 points to neutral territory from the spring 2013 survey and is now 40 points above the fall 2012 index in a new survey by the American Affluence Research Center (AARC) of the wealthiest 10 percent of U.S. households that account for almost half of all consumer spending. This is the highest reading for this index since fall 2007 (108) and indicates good potential for increased spending by affluent and luxury consumers.

The Meaning of the U.S. Debt Downgrade

Aug 12th, 2011

When Standard & Poor’s (S&P) took the controversial step on August 5 of downgrading the long-term debt of the United States from AAA to AA+, my immediate thought was “Why weren’t they this overly cautious when they were giving all those junk mortgage securities AAA ratings?” The question many people are asking now is, “What […]

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