The Air Conditioning Contractors of America has announced that service management software company, 3C Connect, of Kent, Washington, has joined ACCA’s corporate sponsor program.
ACCA’s corporate membership program enables HVACR industry suppliers and manufacturers to demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to ACCA members and the contracting industry through year-round support of the association's activities. The corporate membership program also provides manufactures and suppliers with increased access to ACCA’s nationwide network of contractors through tailored communications and marketing campaigns throughout the year.
“ACCA welcomes 3C Connect’s support for the contracting industry’s national association,” said Barton James, ACCA interim president and CEO. “By joining ACCA as a corporate sponsor, 3C Connect demonstrates that they are committed to contractor excellence and ACCA’s mission to helping contractors excel. We welcome their support and encourage contractors to speak with 3C Connect at ACCA’s annual conference or other contracting events.”
3C Connect and parent company, HVAC Business & Technical Institute were founded in 2009 by contracting professionals who believe that state-of-the-art technical training and cutting-edge business solutions are necessary for the growth of the industry and each contractor. 3C Connect’s founders have more than 35 years of experience in the contracting industry and have built on their successes to create the software programs offered today. 3C Connect’s service management software seamlessly unites customers, coworkers, and businesses, giving contractors more opportunities to focus on the sustainable growth of their business.
“3C Connect is a leading Operating Software & Native Mobile Solution built for contractors by contractors,” said Shaun Cartwright, President and CEO of 3C Connect. “As HVAC contractors, we have been involved with ACCA for decades and understand the value of the corporate program. We’re excited to bring 3C Connect into the corporate member program, support ACCA, and help contractors understand the unique characteristics of our excellent software programs.”