Computer Guidance Corporation, provider of construction management software for the commercial construction industry, has reportedly launched the company’s eCMS construction management software solution on a SaaS (News - Alert) (Software as a Service) platform.
Founded in 1981, Computer Guidance has been providing financial and project management solutions to more than 600 enterprise customers from various commercial construction disciplines. The company’s revenue is estimated to be more than 250million dollars and $100-$250-million dollars for the past 12 years according to the CFMA Information Technology Survey.
eCMS solution offered as SaaS, is a browser-based financial accounting solution offering mission critical information that empowers organizations with complete real-time visibility and control.
According to the company, this will help customers to cut on costly upfront IT infrastructure investments and on-going, comprehensive system maintenance. In addition, users can also benefit from a secured system with individual partitions, where solution upgrades; software updates, system maintenance and administration are performed without customer involvement.
Also, the hosted environment provides increased reliability and redundancy in a highly secure Level 4 data center with guaranteed uptime and performance standards.
“Industry trends and customer feedback indicated the continued need to deliver flexible, innovative and advanced solutions to stay ahead of the competition,” said Roger Kirk, President/CEO, Computer Guidance Corporation. “Our newly released eCMS hosted application provides construction companies with increased productivity and operational efficiency in a cost-contained fashion.”
Recently, IBM (News - Alert) Vertical Industry Program (VIP) partnered with Computer Guidance Corporation to offer a tailored construction industry solution focused on providing a comprehensive financial and project management application suite designed for demanding environments.
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