MANCHESTER, NH -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/13 -- Newforma, a project information management (PIM) software company transforming building and infrastructure project delivery, today announced that SAP channel partner et alia, LLC, has joined the Newforma Authorized Partner program. et alia develops, implements and supports the CREW® construction suite, which puts SAP software to work for construction companies throughout the Americas. As a result of this partnership, joint customers will realize the benefits associated with integrating SAP software with the project information management capabilities of the Newforma solution. In addition, et alia and Newforma will coordinate sales and marketing efforts to leading construction companies in North America and around the world.
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Newforma Chief Executive Officer Ian Howell said, "By integrating SAP enterprise resource planning software with Newforma project information management software, et alia's solution architects will streamline operations for construction companies who want to operate more efficiently, with less exposure to risk. Users will no longer need to enter project information such as team members' names and contact data, submittals, RFIs, or the cost consequences of a change order on the project. The integration provides the ability to link SAP items to Newforma items, making it very easy to navigate between related items in each system. Joint customers will enjoy the benefits that come from using best-in-class products for ERP and PIM."
Brad Nicolaisen, founder and president of et alia, said, "Our company devotes itself to helping construction companies improve operations and profits with the strategic use of leading enterprise technologies. Newforma promotes the same strategy, so a partnership is natural. Information is the key to successful operations, whether a construction company is using information from SAP and CREW software to manage risk or Newforma PIM software to integrate all the disparate information necessary to manage a large project. By partnering with Newforma, et alia is able to deliver more value throughout the entire project lifecycle."
About et alia
et alia, llc, an international SAP channel partner, develops, deploys, and supports CREW business management, analytics, and mobility solutions for growth-oriented construction and project-oriented companies. An SAP Business All-in-One partner solution for construction, CREW combines the functionality, technology, and flexibility companies demand. In the back office, front office or on the job site, CREW enables construction companies to more accurately manage people, projects, and performance, driving more long-term profitability. To learn more, visit www.etalia.com.
Newforma develops, sells and supports project information management (PIM) software for architecture, engineering and construction firms worldwide, and the owners they serve. Newforma is the first industry-focused and integrated solution to connect firms to each other, to their project information, to their processes, and to remote team members, all for the purpose of more successful project delivery. Firms in the Newforma Project Network are using Newforma software to manage information on more than one million projects, raising productivity, reducing exposure to risk, strengthening their brands, and freeing time and attention to focus on design, construction, and client service. For more information about Newforma, visit www.newforma.com, or phone +1 603-625-6212.
© 2013 Newforma, Inc. Newforma is a registered trademark of Newforma, Inc., in the United States and in other countries. CREW, et alia, LLC, and other products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are service marks, trademarks, or registered trademarks of et alia, LLC. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.
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