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Toronto firm CMiC launches ‘future of construction ERP’ software

by Sion Geschwindt
Toronto contech firm CMiC launches 'future of construction ERP' software

Toronto-based provider of accounting and project management software solutions for construction, CMiC, has announced the launch of CONSTRUCT – an AI-enabled suite of solutions that the firm says will be ‘the next generation construction ERP’.

According to the firm, the new software suite allows teams to effectively control project changes, manage material suppliers and subcontractor tasks, enhance communications and collaboration, streamline bidding processes, and improve document management.

In addition, it equips managers to track labor productivity, manage labor budgets and payroll and maintain the schedule of their field teams with accuracy.

According to Steve Cangiano, VP of Product, said: “The CONSTRUCT suite is a testament to our focus and effort on next generation solutions to provide our customers the best user experience and help them elevate performance in both the short and long term.”

This initial rollout of CONSTRUCT is the first step in the company broader plans to expand their suite of software solutions for construction.

Gord Rawlins, president and CEO, added: “While we feel a sense of pride of everything that we produce, every now and then, there are some product offerings that stand out above the crowd – the CONSTRUCT suite, without question, happens to be one of them.”

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