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Methvin Estimating Software has formed a number or strategic partnerships with industry leading technological firms (Technology Partners). We are capable of integrating with many industry-leading software packages that relate to design, project management, job costing, cost control and accounting. This provides customers with enormous benefits including time savings, maximising profits and streamlining business processes.
The following are just some examples of companies that Methvin Estimating Software has developed integration with.
Company: Viewpoint Construction Software www.viewpointcs.com
Company overview: Viewpoint Construction Software has a long-standing focus on meeting the information needs of construction companies, achieving a leadership position in offering construction-specific enterprise resource planning, as well as point solutions including project and BIM collaboration, mobile field-to-office and enterprise content management. Available as cloud, SaaS, and on-premise solutions, our configurable and scalable products address the unique needs of leading firms throughout the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Europe and Australia.
Viewpoint Construction Software has acquired Sydney-based Jobpac International Systems, provider of construction software solutions to the Australian and New Zealand (ANZ) construction industry for more than 25 years. Combining Jobpac’s strong team of construction software professionals with Viewpoint’s organisation and advanced product portfolio creates a significant market leader with unsurpassed resources for customer service, support and new product development.
Company: Oracle www.oracle.com
Company overview: Simplify Construction Billing and Payments
Oracle Textura Payment Management increases efficiency and control in construction payment management through a collaborative subcontractor invoicing and payment software system. The cloud solution streamlines and automates processes to accelerate payment, mitigate risk, and improve cash flow. Contractors can rely on the exchange of e-signed lien waivers and electronic payments.
Key Business Benefits:
- Increased efficiency: Eliminate paper and gridlock by standardizing processes and providing a single source of truth to the supply chain.
- Control and risk mitigation: Enforce requirements and automate payment holds for compliance issues.
- Insights and visibility: Analyze and easily report on payments and compliance data to improve project performance.
Company: Palisade www.palisade.com
Company and product overview: @Risk analysis is systematic use of available information to determine how often specified events may occur and the magnitude of their consequences.
Risks are typically defined as negative events, such as losing money on a venture or a storm creating large insurance claims. However, the process of risk analysis can also uncover potential positive outcomes. By exploring the full space of possible outcomes for a given situation, a good risk analysis can both identify pitfalls and uncover new opportunities.
There are several problems with this approach:
- It considers only a few discrete outcomes, ignoring hundreds or thousands of others.
- It gives equal weight to each outcome. That is, no attempt is made to assess the likelihood of each outcome.
- Interdependence between inputs, impact of different inputs relative to the outcome, and other nuances are ignored, oversimplifying the model and reducing its accuracy.
Company: Workbench www.workbenchcentral.com
Company overview: Workbench developed a project management solution based on leading technology, industry expertise and extensive experience. They have the skills and the software to add value to your current business. Workbench is always eager to see their customers succeed and take great pleasure in helping them achieve their goals by using Workbench.
Integration overview: Methvin Estimating Software contains an “Export to Workbench” feature which creates .csv files ready for import into Workbench project management software. This feature is designed to transfer the budget data from Methvin to Workbench for a “won” project.”
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