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Growing B2W Team In Atlanta Moves to Larger Facility

More space creates opportunities for in-house training for regional clients

B2W Software has relocated its offices in Atlanta to accommodate growth and create new training opportunities for its clients in the southeastern United States. B2W is headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The Atlanta office, established in 2007 is now located in the TechRise building at 3405 Piedmont Rd. NE., adjacent to the new Atlanta Tech Village. “There is a wave  Read More

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Industry Trends Mobile Technology Software Optimization

YOU CAN’T DO THAT WITH A WHITEBOARD

9 Benefits of specialized software for scheduling and dispatching covered in new e-book

Getting crews, equipment and materials to the right place at the right time isn’t easy in the ever-changing construction environment. Doing it effectively goes a long way towards keeping projects on schedule and under budget. B2W has posted a new e-book outlining how moving to a single, specialized software system for scheduling and dispatching provides vital advantages over the chaotic  Read More

Mike Morneau

Estimating Software Optimization

GOING FROM B2W ESTIMATE PRO TO ENTERPRISE

5 Reasons it might be time to upgrade to the more powerful edition

Each of the three versions of B2W Estimate provides unparalleled performance and reliability. So why would you take the leap from the Professional edition to the Enterprise edition? If any of these situations apply to you, it might be time to upgrade. Business Growth – Your company is growing and you need a scalable solution. Adding to your workforce also  Read More

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Software Optimization

New Survey Yields Interesting Results on Technology in Heavy Construction

Data shows awareness of benefits but also missed potential

Heavy construction companies know there’s a lot to gain when their office, field and maintenance operations run efficiently and communicate with each other in real time. Most recognize that they need software and mobile capabilities to make this happen. Still, many stop short of investing and continue to miss out on opportunities technology could provide. Those are key takeaways from  Read More

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Software Optimization

Software Adoption for Heavy Civil Construction Companies

5 Big-picture Steps to Ensure Successful Implementation

As technological innovation continues at a breakneck pace, many heavy civil construction companies remain reluctant to move into the era of software-driven business processes. Some fear the unknown. Others have been bitten by experiences with inferior applications, ill-conceived implementations or poor support. Fortunately, software applications like those within the ONE Platform for managing estimating and construction operations are increasingly intuitive,  Read More

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Software Optimization

New Hampshire CFMA Chapter Addresses Role of Construction CFO

Herb Brownett Guest Speaker at May Meeting

Former CFMA (Construction Financial Management Association) national chairman Herb Brownett led an interactive presentation exploring how the industry’s best CFO’s are transcending the accounting function to help build the value and future of their companies when the newly formed NH CFMA chapter met in May. The session titled What should a construction CFO really be doing? focused on how and  Read More

David Flynn

Estimating Industry Trends

7 Habits of Highly-Effective Construction Cost Estimators

Estimating Heavy Civil Construction Projects Can be Complicated–Here’s How to Get It Right

Cost estimation is a make-or-break phase for construction projects. The right estimates will help your business win more jobs and help your clients better understand what’s in store for them. Here, we’ll discuss 7 of the most important traits shared by highly-effective construction cost estimators. Capturing a Repeatable Cost Structure Skilled estimators understand that they don’t have to spend their  Read More

Greg Norris

Estimating

How Much Does Estimating Software Really Cost?

Actually, it pays for itself many times over

When heavy construction contractors that rely on spreadsheets to manage estimating begin to look at an enterprise-class solution like B2W Estimate, one obvious question comes up early in the conversation. “How much does the software cost?” I sometimes answer, jokingly, that it’s free. Before they get their hopes up too much, I feel compelled to clarify. What I mean is,  Read More

Jeff Russell

Construction Operations Industry Trends

Turn Employee Competitiveness into an Advantage

B2W Tools Can Make Daily Performance Data a Powerful Motivator in the Field

Heavy construction employees tend to be competitive by nature, and a growing number of managers are using performance data to turn that trait into performance improvements. Relying on tools like B2W Track and B2W Inform, allows them to capture data electronically and use it to populate timely reports and dashboards, which are easy to produce and extremely valuable as motivators  Read More

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Industry Trends

A Better Way to Track Time and Materials Work

B2W Track Allows Contractors to Track and Differentiate on a Single Electronic Field Log

Whether it’s called “time and materials”, “cost plus”, or “force account”, the work done outside of a fixed price contract presents challenges on most heavy construction projects. B2W Track provides a more effective, automated way to track this work and ensure that it is accounted for and billed correctly.                        Read More

John Sheedy

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