To be the leader in providing innovative software solutions for the bespoke timber joinery market that are easy to use and cost efficient.
To help us achieve our mission we are committed to:
Listening to our customers and working with them to continuously improve our software solutions so that we can support your businesses.
Providing first class support from people who have industry experience and can explain things in a way that is relevant to you.
Developing and training our people to enable them to deliver a first class service to you.
Over 30 years ago in 1985, we developed our first software package for one joiner who wanted to produce estimates and cutting lists for sliding sash windows and doors. This was written by our founder Dave Turner, a self employed computer programmer with a background of designing large systems in different industries. This one joiner loved it and used it successfully for over 20 years. In 2001, Dave’s son Alan Turner had the idea that we would see whether there was a demand for this software in the bespoke joinery market. We found there was. There was nothing out there as conventional software programmes just did not work for the custom and heritage joinery markets.
Our new programme Joinery Management Software (JMS) was written for joiners designed not to need computer knowledge to run it but simply joinery knowledge. Utilising graphical images that show the joiner exactly what he is getting, JMS was designed to be simple to use. In 2004 we launched JMS Windows, our first software package for timber joinery. Over the next few years we included modules for many other joinery items including Sliding Sash (Double Hung), Doors and Doorframes, Stairs, Bill of Materials and CNC links. We've also added over 100 additional features as we listened to our customers.
In 2016 we are still a family business who employ 22 fantastic people and now have sold over 750 systems throughout the UK and internationally. Customers can be found in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.