eCMS v.4.0 Construction Platform will serve as the backbone of the specialty contractors' multi-faceted business managing its core accounting, payroll, human capital management, job costing, financial reporting and project management business processes across multiple geographical locations. Main focuses of the ERP implementation were to gain added visibility and greater control over operating and financial performance for its divisions and ongoing jobs.
"For our rapidly growing and ever-changing business, an enterprise-class ERP system is vital to our continued success. eCMS allows us to standardize our business processes and improve our performance by leveraging integrated and intuitive business intelligence and data mining solutions," stated
"Computer Guidance's eCMS Construction Platform is widely known for its rock solid technology platform and leading construction-specific financial applications in the industry. Building on this foundation, we are bringing to our customers a construction platform that provides them the business intelligence and knowledge they need to analyze, manage and forecast their performance," added
Computer Guidance is the software development expert for construction enterprise resource planning solutions. In business since 1981, Computer Guidance has provided its customers with construction financial and project management applications supported by industry-leading business intelligence and analytics applications and advanced productivity tools. Computer Guidance is a premier Business Partner of
For additional information, visit http://www.computerguidance.com or call 888.361.4551.
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