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About BuildWithPulte.com

About BuildWithPulte.com

BuildWithPulte.com is your site for doing business with PulteGroup. Through BuildWithPulte.com, you can communicate and work with PulteGroup division offices to:
  • Retrieve key documents such as Purchase Orders, Plans, Selection Sheets, etc.
  • Post documents to PulteGroup
  • Submit bids for contract items
  • Find contact information for purchasing personnel
  • View your work schedules
  • Check the status of your work schedules
  • View payment information

Requirements
Using BuildWithPulte.com requires the following:
  • Access to the Internet - An Internet connection is required to access BuildWithPulte.com. The type and speed of the connection will largely determine how long it takes to interact with BWP and receive information from it. For most users, a dial-up connection will be sufficient (at least 56K). For users with many files or large files, DSL or cable modem is more efficient.
  • Internet Browser Software - BuildWithPulte.com requires an Internet browser such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. BWP is designed for newer browser versions, such as Internet Explorer 5.5 or newer. Internet Explorer is the preferred option.
  • An Email Account - An email account is required to register for a BuildWithPulte.com account. This email is used to send your user name and password to you after the registration form has been processed. It is also used to send notifications regarding information on the BWP site.
    • An Account on BuildWithPulte.com - To get an account on BWP you must be a vendor/subcontractor working with one or more of the Pulte family locations that are using BuildWithPulte.com. If you meet this requirement, complete and submit the BWP registration form.
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      09/29/2008 12:09 PM