How old is HBXL? We’re 21 years old and we have the key…to success!
Thursday, March 11th, 2021
‘How old is HBXL’ is a question we love to be asked. HBXL Building Software is celebrating 21 years in 2021. And we’re proud of our long-standing reputation.
In March 2000 Adrian Wild, then a builder himself, founded the business to help other builders looking for software to take the admin strain. Today, we’re the UK’s number one provider of software solutions to UK residential building firms.
The secret to our success?
Well it won’t come as any surprise… hard graft, forward-thinking and total commitment – no different from the approach of so many of the savvy building firms we look after.
Our in-house software developers, sales consultants, customer service crew and admin team – all working together to make practical construction software available to as many building firms as possible up and down the country.
Always innovating, questioning and listening. Never resting on our laurels. Carefully monitoring the building industry. Plugged into the latest legislative changes. A close eye on the future… it all adds up to award-winning software and award-winning service.
And of course we owe so much to the fantastic support we receive from our customers, and the invaluable feedback they provide.
HBXL 21st birthday deals – they end 31.3.21.
To celebrate our 21 years we are offering 21% off outright purchases of full licence software tools.
And 2 months extra free on 12-month subscriptions of full licence software tools when you use voucher code TAKE2 in the shop.
Find out more about each valuable software tool or kit here:
You can find out more by calling 0117 916 7898 or visiting the online shop. We can arrange an online demonstration and you can undertake a free 14-day trial. The special birthday deals end on 31.3.21 at 5pm on the phone and midnight in the online shop. So have a look at our award-winning software now! The countdown is on!
What else was happening in 2000…
- The Y2K Bug didn’t end the world
- Camera phones became commercially available
- The first USB flash drive was sold in the US by IBM
- Bluetooth 1.0 started being incorporated into products
- The International Space Station was inhabited for the first time
- Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer to win all four Grand Slams
- Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire became the fastest-selling book ever…