Firm Honored in Three categories by Commercial Property Executive

TOTOWA, N.J., April 4, 2013 – Integrated Business Systems (IBS) – a boutique firm that develops and supports high-quality property management and accounting software for the commercial real estate community – has been honored with three prestigious “Tops in Technology” awards for 2013 from Commercial Property Executive magazine. The Totowa-based company garnered recognition in the categories of property management software, asset management and IT (information technology).

According to Dan Waldman, the magazine’s publisher, this year’s winning companies stand out for their ability to provide flexible customization, competitive pricing and innovative solutions – all backed by superior customer support.

“The ‘Tops in Technology’ award truly is an honor,” said Mike Mullin, IBS president. “As a smaller company in an industry dominated by cookie-cutter-type products, we are able to provide an intensely customer-focused approach and tailor our system to individual client needs. That Commercial Property Executive understands the value we offer is particularly gratifying.”

IBS launched operations in 1979, during the infancy of computer usage in real estate. Since that time, technology has transformed the way the industry operates. Throughout this revolution, IBS consistently has remained at the forefront of its niche. The IBS software – written by real estate development, management and accounting professionals – addresses virtually every property management, accounting and construction management task. The company serves more than 100 prominent commercial and residential real estate owners, developers and property managers, primarily in the New York/New Jersey region.

IBS maintains an ongoing development program to ensure that its proprietary software evolves to embrace technological advances and meet the changing needs of its client base. The IBS system today features the fully browser-based IBS 10.0i product.
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