Partnership with LoadSpring Lays Foundation for Web-Based System Easing the Full Construction and Maintenance Lifecycle
Portsmouth, NH – March 4, 2014 – Continuing to re-define the future of construction operation software, industry leader B2W Software today joined forces with LoadSpring to bring its powerful technology to the cloud. The agreement will create a streamlined, unified process for estimating and bidding, field tracking and analysis – as well as resource planning, dispatching and maintenance.
B2W’s ONE (Operational Networked Elements) Platform is the first suite of construction management software that provides everyone from office managers to foremen in the field with direct insight into the construction process. Four separate modules create one unified suite – including B2W Estimate, B2W Track, B2W Dispatch, and B2W Maintain. The end result is a single point of data entry, enabling instant cross-module resource visibility and collaboration – as well as significantly improved operational efficiency and accuracy.
Taking ONE even further, SpringBoard 7.0 will deliver a powerful and flexible cloud interface to promote even higher levels of project management, control and flexibility. The SpringBoard solution allows B2W customers to tap the power of the cloud – with an intuitive user interface, real-time geo-site mapping, and full project management via a private, assignment-based messaging system.
“At B2W, we’ve always been ahead of the curve – providing customers with the most efficient and cost-effective software to manage the construction lifecycle. And the same holds true as we roll-out our cloud-based offering,” said Paul McKeon, CEO of B2W Software. “With LoadSpring, we’re able to ensure the highest levels of security, availability and services – all while eliminating labor-intensive provisioning and deployment. The end result significantly enhances the quality of service and control for our customers.”
The combined solution increases both the breadth and depth of customer usage opportunities by creating a scalable, flexible, and cost-efficient full service product line. Deployed in a hosted environment, B2W ONE for the cloud enables customers to more rapidly implement the software, scale users as needed, and provide secure remote access for all team members. This drives significant improvements in operational efficiency further driving new revenue opportunities.
“As a well-established service provider offering cutting-edge technology and unmatched market knowledge, we’re well positioned to help B2W customers realize new levels of productivity and profitability,” said Eric Leighton, President and CEO of LoadSpring. “With our rapid time-to-deployment, unparalleled IT efficiency and dramatic service levels, SpringBoard 7.0 is the ideal solution to meet B2W’s use of cloud technology.”
B2W will launch its new cloud-based offering in Q2 2014. For more information on B2W software and the company’s revolutionary technology, visit B2W on Facebook, LinkedIn – or at http://b2wsoftware.wpengine.com/.
Founded in 1999, LoadSpring® is a Project Management Solutions company that’s totally dedicated to project management software and the people who use it. Our intuitive, user-friendly SpringBoard™ Cloud Portal combined with the Professional Services Group makes life simpler and easier for Project Managers and IT teams, who see us as major problem-solvers helping them make smart business decisions. LoadSpring supports Fortune 100 companies in the following industries: Architecture; Engineering and Construction; Manufacturing; Real Estate Services; Financial; Gas; Energy/Utilities; City, State and Federal Government; and Healthcare.
About B2W Software
Headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, B2W Software (fka BID2WIN Software™) is a premier provider of enterprise-class construction software, services and solutions that is redefining the future for streamlined operations. Powered by our unique ONE platform, B2W solutions effectively leverage the latest technologies into a unified system for estimating and bidding, field tracking and analysis, resource planning and dispatching, equipment maintenance.