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Construction Technology:
 Making the Case for Integration by James Benham

Publish in Construction Business Owner January 1, 2014 Of the 700 construction professionals who participated in JBKnowledge’s 2013 Construction Technology Integration (CTI) Survey, 82.8 percent said that the integration of their software products is important to overall efficiency. So why is it that only 29 percent of those contractors say that more than two of […]

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6 Construction IT Trends: How Does Your Company Compare?

Published on August 15, 2013 Written by Dennis Stejskal On the Sage Construction & Real Estate Blog As I write this blog, I’m in Chicago revisiting the first full day of the AGC IT Forum, August 14 and 15. It’s a conference I’ve attended or presented at that is always a great place to take the pulse […]

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700 Construction Professionals Share Insights in the 2nd Annual Construction Technology Integration Survey

Bryan, Texas (PRWEB) August 08, 2013 The results from the 2nd Annual Construction Technology Integration (CTI) survey will be presented on August 14 in Chicago, Illinois to over 300 members of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). Nearly doubling participation in 2013, the survey had over 700 respondents from across the construction industry. They answered questions […]

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Integration Updates across Construction

Published in Constructech Magazine June 27, 2013 The company says this upcoming survey hopes to draw year-to-year comparisons of trends related to cloud solution adoption within construction. Could fears of security related to the cloud conflict with builders’ needs for customization, integration, mobilization, and collaboration? This is one question in particular the company hopes its […]

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The Evolution of Software Interoperability in Construction

Published in Constructech Magazine June 18, 2013 Fast forward to 2012 and enter COSA. The group, initially spearheaded by JB Knowledge,www.jbknowledge.com, Bryan, Texas, is also focusing on open standards with partners that include To-Scale Software, www.toscaleplans.com, Cincinnati, Ohio, eSUB, www.esubinc.com, San Diego, Calif., and Sage North America, www.na.sage.com, Beaverton, Ore. The group is looking to demonstrate open-standards based […]

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Collaboration and Support Surround agcXML

Published in AGC Tech Brief May 17, 2013 “We recognize the pressing need for the construction industry to have standards for data exchange.  We at COSA appreciate the AGC’s openness in a collaboration among industry veterans to not only make a standard, but also make one that works,” says James Benham, president, SmartBidNet (a member […]

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Constructech Names Two Members of the Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA) to the 2013 Top Products List

“We’re very proud to be named to the Constructech Top Products again this year. Our team puts a lot of hours and dedication into developing exactly what our clients need out of their technology. And we’re even more excited that fellow Construction Open Software Alliance member, eSUB, was on the list as well. We hope the recognition […]

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