Mattamy Homes: Better Communication Among North American Divisions with Vesta

Privately-owned home builder Mattamy Homes needed an efficient and practical solution for communications between its various divisions across North America. Vesta Networks was able to set up smart, customized web conferencing and telephone conference call solutions to fit their needs.

The client

Mattamy Homes is the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America, with operations across the United States and Canada. Mattamy has sold more than 70,000 homes in 160 communities. In the United States, the company is represented in eight metropolitan areas – Minneapolis-St. Paul, Charlotte, Phoenix, Tucson, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa and Sarasota – and in Canada, those communities stretch across the Greater Toronto Area, as well as in Ottawa, Calgary and Edmonton.

The challenge

As our company grew, regular travel between locations ceased to be a viable communications method. As a large, privately-owned homebuilder, we needed to communicate efficiently and effectively with our divisions across North America. To do this, we needed easy-to-manage teleconferencing, as well as web and video conferencing services.

The Vesta solution

Mattamy has now been using Vesta Conferencing for over 10 years. Vesta conference calls allow our North American Divisions to communicate effectively without racking up travel costs. The calls are very easy for us to set up, which saves time, and most of our Canadian managers have their own dedicated call numbers.

Vesta even worked with our finance department to provide a customized billing system that allows our many users/departments to be invoiced individually.

"Mattamy has used Vesta Conferencing for over 10 years. The calls are very easy to set up, The reception is consistently clear, and the customer service team is efficient and helpful. Mattamy will continue to use Vesta as our go-to conferencing company due to their professionalism, outstanding customer support, reliability and exceptional pricing."

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