Leap, a provider of home contractor sales enablement software, announced March 10 it acquired Middlesex-based JobProgress, a workflow and CRM product for home contractors. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The deal will allow the companies to serve more than 2,400 home contractors in North America.
JobProgress offers CRM, project management, scheduling and employee management tools to exterior and interior residential contractors. With the acquisition, these customers will now have access to more tools to help them manage, estimate, record and close deals on a single platform, without having to use multiple technology providers.
“Leap already enables home contractors to provide real-time bids to customers on-the-spot. With the addition of JobProgress, the Leap platform will offer even more robust workflow offerings, which we know will be game-changing to our end customers,” Patrick Fingles, CEO at Columbia, Md.-based Leap, said in a statement.
JobProgress is Leap’s first acquisition since private equity firm Nexa Equity invested in the company last year. Nexa Equity continues as the majority investor in the combined business, and the founders of Leap and JobProgress will continue to be significant shareholders, the statement said.