Technology Implementation

Technology should and can be designed to fit the needs of industry and how the primary user operates.

Some parts of the supply chain are obviously familiar with enterprise applications but most including contractors are experts in their respective fields – not technologist.

Competitive markets prevent contractors and other industry service provider from making the necessary investments in IT when the fundamental requirement is allowing competitors to use the resources.

Technology implementation in the construction industry needs to be independent, secure, professionally managed, designed to trade specifics and employ user friendly processes.


Standards Based

As advocates of standards in how users and user applications interface with back end technologies we strive to assure a secure and user friendly environment to support the exchange of confidential data between the various components of the construction supply chain.

Implementation should facilitate distributed supply chains and diversity of user entities that exchange data in real time.
The technology must be globally accessible to trade segments, independent of construction organizations, comply with industry and be available or offered on a per user basis.
User Friendly
Usability must comply with standardize formats established by industry and include minimum design specifications to reduce process cycle delays.