In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, James Benham began writing code at the age of 11 and by 14 had developed his first software application. Three years later, he co-managed an ISP, providing dial-up Internet to over 4,000 users. In 2001, James founded JB Knowledge Technologies, Inc., an information technology services provider and makers of the SmartBidNet construction bid software.
With extensive experience in consulting and systems development, James’ has an ability to share a depth of technical knowledge in a down-to-earth, engaging manner and has spoken to organizations such as ASPE, AACE, CIQS, CFMA, and now AGC. James is a weekly blogger for Construction Today and has written articles on information technology for the Construction Executive, AGC TechBrief, Estimating Today and The Construction Economist. James received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and a Master of Science in Information Systems from Texas A&M University.
“We are thrilled James has accepted our invitation to speak at the First Construction Technology Forum.” - State Mike Merrill, COO of AboutTime Technologies, a major sponsor of Rocky Mountain ConTech. “His knowledge and experience will give attendee’s a lot to think about as they move forward with future solutions for their business.”
In James Benhams’ dynamic session Learn about real companies whose implementation of innovative technology has allowed them to maximize efficiency. Mr. Benham will also discuss the results of the second annual Construction Technology Integration Report, revealing how over 700 construction professionals are employing and integrating technology on building projects.
“People attending this event will have a chance to speak openly with Mr. Benham and have their questions answered first hand,” stated Lynn Coffey, President and Owner of ProCon Solutions, a major sponsor of Rocky Mountain ConTech. “This opportunity is just one of the many benefits of attending the forum.”
The First Annual Construction Technology Forum, Elevating into 2014 has been designed to give construction and technology experts a place to discuss new technology innovations and ways they can benefit the construction industry. Speakers from across the country will be presenting on a wide range of topics along with many opportunities for open forum discussions and networking.
For more information on ConTech and the First Annual Construction Technology forum, including a link to sponsorships, registration and the speaker line up click on the following link. http://tinyurl.com/kuthvlk.