This article is sponsored by Power Home Remodeling and was reviewed before publication.
You probably don’t need a report to convince you that the home remodeling process is stressful. All you have to do is turn on HGTV and watch couples and contractors fight over … well, everything.
Rather than simply smooth out the kinks of an industry plagued by complaints of shoddy work and unmet timelines, Power Home Remodeling did what it does best: a complete renovation with a more sustainable model.
Under partner and Chief Operating Officer Tim Wenhold’s leadership, Power custom-built a proprietary intelligence platform called NITRO that enables it to run, track and optimize its entire customer experience in house. The platform has turned Power’s Business Technology division into a professional playground for inventive technologists who use augmented reality, machine learning, speech recognition and processing, geospatial data and more to continually reimagine NITRO’s functionality, as well as develop new features and build applications from scratch.
But if you take away one thing from this article, let it be this: Power isn’t a home remodeling company, it’s a tech company that sells exterior home remodeling services. So if futuristic innovation is your thing, visit Power Home Remodeling’s new company page to learn more about its workplace culture and career opportunities.
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