Two specialists, James Sandwick and David Lawrence have launched BuilderStorm, a ground-breaking online construction project management software program called BuilderStorm.
The UK Government has initiated a few Building Information Modelling (BIM) norms and this software can meet the needs of these new norms.
This online construction project management software program can also be an assessment tool and a storehouse for construction projects irrespective of the size of the projects, their scope or complexity. Experts opine that this software will be a game changer as well as a boon that can help the construction industry with its great features. The features of this software cover every element of the projects right from the conceptualization and vendor invitation stage until the commissioning of the projects and raising of the relevant invoices.
The foremost feature of the software is its storage system that is based on the cloud-hosting technology and therefore, construction companies that use the program can have unlimited storage for their drawing files and all the other documents. Just a single account is enough for housing multiple projects, users and data sources and for synergizing their various components.
Users can also make use of the 30-day trial period before they purchase the online construction project management software. Apart from this, the founders announce a number of other special offers as well as promotional discounts to make this program available to users at competitive prices.
According to David Lawrence who is the CEO and who is an expert in the construction industry, this software program can be of immense use to construction organizations because it is flexible, easy to use and fast.
Professionals opine that this software program will prove to be a boon to not only top-end firms but for small to medium-scale companies as well. Companies that use this online construction project management software will find it easy to conform to the new BIM norms and the paperwork laid down by the government.
Ref : Digital Journal