“PMWeb offers portfolio, program, and project-management software for owners and AEC firms that works the way the industry does. Even more, it has the team of experts that is needed to guide the market forward well into the future.” —Constructech editors.
Perhaps one of PMWeb’s biggest claim(s) to fame—aside from its integrated solution—is the fact that the majority of its corporate resources are devoted to client services and research and development. This is one company that understands the importance of focusing its effort on technology advancement and serving its customers.
The technology company also believes in hiring the best people in the industry and giving them the tools they need and the freedom to create the best results for clients.
It shows too. As a provider of portfolio, program, and project-management software for the construction industry, it combines visual workflow with planning, engineering forms, scheduling, cost controls, and asset/facilities management in an out-of-the-box solution. Users across an organization can use one application—as opposed to a conglomeration of single-use programs, which solves many of the data exchange challenges in the industry.
Adding to this, the most recent release of PMWeb has some unique features that helps it stand above the rest. For example, it is offering an improved interface and architecture, reinvented scheduling, advanced multicurrency, BIM Module with 3D Viewer, new collaboration tools, and enhanced scoring.
In addition to continuing to enhance its integrated product, the technology company has additionally introduced PMWeb University, which includes training videos and other materials for users to learn on-demand at their own pace. This type of education can help organizations in the construction industry get more out of a technology implementation and improve user adaptability.
When the lineup of customers includes Stanford University, John Hopkins University and Health System, Atlanta Intl. Airport, and Samsung Engineering & Construction, just to name a few, it is clear this technology company is doing something right to serve the construction industry better.