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Business Management & Information Technology Committee
The NAHB Business Management and Information Technology (BMIT) Committee serves as the leading builder resource for business management, finance, information technology, construction management and human resources.
The committee’s mission is to improve the business management skills of NAHB builder and remodeler members, develop onsite and online educational programs, write and publish manuals such as the Cost of Doing Business Study, and connect members with experts in areas of accounting and financial management, business administration, sales and marketing, manufacturing and production, and business automation and technology tools.
BizTools, developed by the BMIT, is the ultimate business resource for builders and industry professionals. Articles, education, webinar replays and more can be found on BizTools, an all-inclusive site to help members improve business operations and increase profits.
The BMIT Committee is composed of five subcommittees dedicated to the key areas within any home building or remodeling business:
Building, Operations and Production
General and Administrative
Information Technology Integration
Sales & Marketing
The committee meets during the annual International Builders’ Show and during NAHB’s Spring and Fall board of directors meetings. The subcommittees meet via conference call prior to the Spring and Fall meetings. Committee membership is by appointment and any NAHB member can join a BMIT subcommittee. All NAHB members and federations staff are invited to sit in on any of our annual meetings.