On Center Software, Inc., the first name in construction automation, joins the Construction Software Alliance (CSA) with its On-Screen Takeoff® solution. The Construction Software Alliance is dedicated to promoting the best-of-breed third-party solutions for Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (formerly Sage Timberline Office), Sage Estimating, and Sage 100 Contractor (formerly Sage Masterbuilder). Other members of the CSA include Anterra, Core Associates, Event 1 Software, hh2, and Piracle.
“We take pride in our ability to join the CSA with another best-of-breed solution for Sage CRE,” states Angelo Castelli, Vice President of On Center Software. “On Center Software’s participation in the CSA demonstrates our commitment to quality solutions needed for Sage and On Center Software’s common customers. The success of our customers is the very business of On Center Software and its partners.” Continue »
Field service management (FSM) software delivers customer communications, worker/crew dispatch, parts inventory and work order management in a single application, and can be used by any size contractor with any number of employees.
That being said, when a service organization grows to hundreds or thousands of employees working on dozens or hundreds of sites, different methods and technologies are required to properly manage the complex organization. Contractors pass through four distinct phases of business that require different footprints of FSM software. Continue »
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) has signed a strategic partnership with Maxwell Systems, a leading provider of construction management software solutions, expert services and best practices that empower contractors to eliminate waste and run a more efficient and profitable business.
“This partnership with Maxwell Systems gives ABC members access to a trusted industry source that can provide insights into how to use the latest construction software solutions and technology to more efficiently and effectively manage their businesses,” said ABC President and CEO Michael Bellaman. Continue »
Construction Executive magazine is pleased to announce its 8th annual special issue on Construction Accounting will be published in August, with coverage of the latest trends in auditing, tax management, employee benefits and financial strategies for contractors.
Advertisers in the Construction Accounting issue will reach a total audience of more than 137,800 business owners and top managers at more than 48,000 U.S. construction firms, including the 22,000 members of Associated Builders and Contractors. There is no better opportunity for construction software developers to advertise their technology solutions. Continue »
Most firms in the AEC industry have invested in some type of customer relationship management (CRM) system. Whether simple programs like Goldmine or more robust software like Deltek’s Vision—or even cloud-based software as a service (SAAS) offerings like Salesforce or Cosential—gathering, analyzing and leveraging the firm’s historic data is becoming increasingly important. Continue »
Mobility has been crucial to the construction industry since the days of the first cell phones. Staying connected to remote workers across multiple jobsites is an absolute requirement for contractors. The technologies that have enabled this have been changing rapidly for a number of years, and recently there has been an even more significant shift in what mobility means to the industry. Continue »