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Software Company Salefish Named NAHB’s Global Innovation Award Winner

Washington, D.C. – February 16, 2016 – (RealEstateRama) — The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has named Salefish, a software company from Concord, Ontario, Canada, as the Global Innovation Award winner for 2015. The annual award recognizes cutting-edge, advanced and original product offerings and/or marketing strategies by global or domestic member companies that offer products or services from developers, builders, subcontractors, remodelers and lenders to consumers.

Salefish Software is a cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) system for the real estate industry that includes a sales office interactive experience, an on-site or off-site sales application and a buyer application that allows purchasers to buy homes and condos online with their financial commitment.

NAHB Global Opportunities Board, which oversees the awards program, is a collaborative of NAHB international experts improving relationships and developing business opportunities. An independent panel of judges chose the winning company, looking for the best combination of design, functionality, innovation and usefulness to builder and/or the consumer.

“Salefish offers a unique software product that allows for greater ease in the home buying process for both buyers and sellers,” said board chair Roger Lyons, who presented the award during the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas. “I am pleased to honor Salefish with this award, and look forward to seeing its positive effects on the industry.”

“Salefish’s innovative software is just one example of how we are striving to bring technology and expertise to NAHB’s membership on a global level,” said board member Pat Coveny. “We are looking forward to growing the awards program and hearing from our members around the world.”

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Stephanie Pagan