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Synergy MMS – hotel facility mangement is now even better

May 5th, 2016

Available through our Partner, Deyafa Systems, Synergy MMS is a favourite of major global chains because of:
- its ease of use and wide user adoption
- the ease and speed of deployment on the cloud of a group’s core master build, which leaves little more than a few needed for loading assets and for training .
- the low cost no-nonsense unlimited user, transparent, room-based pricing.
- no server licences, no extra software enhancement fees – just a low cost annual fee per room
- the fact that is clearly designed by hoteliers for hoteliers and there is no distraction of trying to be all things to all men.
- Now even better

SynergyMMS Update Version 3.7 is Here!

The following features are updated or added from previous versions of SynergyMMS:
• Planning and Scheduling- An optional new SynergyMMS module to schedule your future work for all employees to maximize the efficiency of your operation.
o Supervisors view each of their employees WR for the day and add new WR and/or reorder existing WR based on their priority.
o The work display on the employee’s SynergyMMS Mobile App device as scheduled.
o Please contact us for more details of the cost.
• Password Recovery- Forgotten your password? No longer need to call support to get it reset. o There is a new link on the login screen to reset your password. Users need to have a valid email address on the General Tab of Employee Setup to allow users to reset their own passwords.
• New Dispatching Options- Choose what you would like to see in your dispatch. Options include:
 Priority (other than 1)
 Location
 Equipment
 WR#
 Guest
 Guest Name
 Guest Loyalty – The PMS Interface is required.
 WR Response Link (email)
• New Inspection Types- Do more inspections through SynergyMMS Mobile.
o Punch List/Snag: reate a cyclical checklist to help with inspecting new properties or renovations.
Subsequent checklists only include items not previously completed .
o Score: Each question/item scored. If it is marked green the points are added to the total, but if it is marked red then no points are added.
o Range: An acceptable range is setup for each question. If the actual reading comes in within that range, the question passes, and if not it fails and a WR is created.
o Stoplight: Similar to our current inspection form but with green, yellow, and red options. Good, Fair, Bad.
• PM on Demand- to set a default view option.
• PM Schedules- quickly see how many items are connected to each PM Schedule.

Dynamics Summit 22 Mar 2016 – great success

March 22nd, 2016

Despite Heavy rain and a drive to the end of the Dubai Palm outer frond to get to the Waldorf Astoria venue, the summit had a packed attendance. It seemed that thunder and lighting had followed the attendees into the ballroom when a sound and laser show started the event.

The day started with presentations that highlighted the disruptive potential of technology, and how that can be leveraged through the scalable azure platform to brig together social listening, predictive analytics, Big data, Internet of Things, Cloud based multi platform any time anywhere Dynamics Ax Enterprise erp and CRM systems.

Key note speakers included:
Christian Pedersen, General Manger, Enterprise ERP, Microsoft
Siegfried Leiner Principal Program Manager, Dynamics CRM, Microsoft
Karim Talhouk Microsoft Business Solutions Director, Microsoft Gulf

Several videos featured other Microsoft speakers including Sathya Nadell as well as case studies of local implementations. This was followed by a panel discussion and a packed day of presentations.

Synergy Software Systems, a gold sponsor of the events, had a constant stream of visitors to their stand. Our rolling presentations showed Dynamics Ax and Dynamics CRM, and complementary solutions such as our incredible ACE construction BIM suite, Dox42 to enable end users to create richly formatted reports themselves in Microsoft Office rather than in their business systems for enhanced presentation without need for development cost, the BI4Dynamics pre-built report packs , and the Prophix produitised CPM solution.

At the end of a busy day Synergy Software Systems Director, Stephen Jones showed that despite the emphasis on the new html 5 user interface and technical architecture there are also quite a few functional tweaks to welcome in almost every module. To illustrate the general use of workspaces and the new UI he presented an end to end run through of Employee Lifecycle management in the HR module in the new release. He then showed some screens shots of Synergy’s localised Ax GCC Payroll and HR enhancements upgraded to the new release. He rounded off the packed 30 minutes with a look at the extensive capabilities of Power BI to analyse HR and Payroll data.

ERP 2016 – what is new?

February 29th, 2016

According to a 2015 Gartner Research report on the growth of Enterprise ERP mobility, “…the proliferation of (today’s) mobile devices represents a real opportunity to increase the penetration of ERP for all types of workers — in healthcare, manufacturing, finance, even charity organizations — and overcome some of the resistance to ERP usability. However, deploying ERP on mobile devices presents many challenges, due to the rapidly evolving mobility device and app landscape.Mobility does not come free from the ERP vendors. It requires expensive upgrades to their newest technology platforms and constant patching as the vendors deliver functionality a little bit at a time.”

So, in this social media, always connected world of smart phones where does erp fit in?. User demand will drive it as will software vendors, but be clear why you need it – mobile technicians in the field, mobile workflow approvals – or just a lot of pretty pictures. If you are going down the road of mobile operation give some thought to mobile device management – patching, security, geo-fencing, mobile support logs etc.

Agility, flexibility, simplicity, scalability, are typical buzz words but first worry about stability and security – whether on cloud or on premise. When you do that think about your own Internal IT skills and staff turn over, and those of your implementation and support partner. Moving to the cloud may offer a whole load of costs and benefits- but who is managing and supporting your end -do they have the skills? Citing research from IDC, a recent TechTarget report explained that by 2020, approximately 30 percent of tech suppliers currently in the market will have either failed, been acquired or changed dramatically. As businesses become dependent on these service providers for everything from virtualization functions to core cloud systems, they must be prepared to handle the operational disruption that will come when different vendors go out of the market.

IDC projects that the global Internet of Things (IoT) market will be worth $1.7 trillion by 2020, and enterprises from all sectors are embracing the opportunity to deliver and take advantage of the connected economy. Gartner describes a “digital mesh,” which it defines as “an expanding series of devices, services, platforms, informational networks and individuals that integrate together and provide contextual intelligence and enable greater collaboration.The connected economy is now wide open to midsize companies. Leveraging cloud technologies to connect employees, customers, partners and devices together is fast creating new ways of doing business. The changing market for products and services means businesses will move from a single SKU per product to a bundled product with affiliated services (warranty, monitoring) and subscriptions. Organizations’ existing back-office systems, including ERP, need to adapt to this new business model and support effective management and monetization of bundled and multi-modal products. An ERP that has integrated configure, price, quote (CPQ) capabilities will enable customers to easily order products, and for businesses to let the customer know when to expect delivery.

Forget the technology – there is emotional effort needed to successfully get a full-fledged ERP system adopted into a company culture. These days people even try to pay lip service to BPR and change management, or senior management ownership and leadership. Just demand the lowest costs and fastest time, oh and by the way we would like a lot of extras thrown in. Out of the box will do as long as it works exactly the way we want. Why do we need to test – it should work. Training – ‘train the trainer’ is often close to the bling leading the blind. And the consultant who comes at half price is the one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind.

Such factors have produced more ERP failures than Apple sells phones. ERP selection and implementation failures whose fault is it. If every lesson ever learned is ignored if cut price costs and unrealistic timelines are more important than success then where does Corporate leadership responsibility come in to get the ball across the goal line.

Technology and project documents alone will never ensure a successful ERP selection outcome. The enterprise culture has to commit whatever needs to be done, whenever it comes time to do it. Whether in the cloud or on premise out of the box or bespoke, mobile or at your desk does not change the need for two hands to clap. A joint team means shoulder to shoulder.

Filehold – ask Synergy Software Systems about document management for the U.A.E.

November 30th, 2015


Courier documents


Mobile document management

http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/8031-best-windows-document-management-software.html

“We recommend FileHold as the best document management system for businesses using Windows. We chose FileHold from dozens of document management system options.
Why FileHold?
Ease of use
FileHold is a self-hosted document management system for businesses using Windows computers. It has the same look and feel of programs you’re already accustomed to using, and the interface is designed specifically with Windows Explorer in mind. The filing structure incorporates the same cabinet, drawer, folder and subfolder approach that Windows uses. So, once the software is installed, employees should have no trouble grasping how to use and navigate it.
We like FileHold’s clean interface. It isn’t cluttered with icons or images. All you see when logging in is the file library running down the left-hand side of the page and a search bar along the top. The majority of the page remains blank until you start filing, searching for or opening documents. This approach keeps you on the same page the entire time you’re using the system. Many of the other systems we examined force you to toggle back and forth between pages depending on the task you’re working on.
The FileHold library structure is designed with Windows Explorer in mind.
Adding to the system’s ease of use are the MyFileHold folders, which are placed on top of the general library of cabinets and drawers on the left-hand side of the page. The MyFileHold section features separate folders for employees’ “favorite” documents, their checked-out documents, any alerts or reminders they have, the files they recently accessed and the files they recently added to the system. This provides a quick snapshot of the documents currently being worked on and the files that need immediate attention.
Each employee can customize various portions of the system with their personal preferences. This option isn’t offered by all of the document management systems we examined. When looking at specific documents, employees can choose the tools they want to be quickly accessible. Quick links can be added for a variety of tasks, such as adding files, linking documents together and checking out files. Additionally, you can choose the metadata attributes — like document type, version, number of linked files and the author — that are shown alongside the file’s name.
Filing documents within the software is simple and can be done in many ways. You can drag and drop files already on your computer or network, as well as scan documents directly into the system. The Microsoft Office integration also allows you to add documents you are working on in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook or PowerPoint with just a click of a button.

Software selection – human considerations

October 3rd, 2015

To Organise and to manage a software selection project is not so easy. If you cannot get a critical mass of people deeply involved in the accounting software selection project, then think twice before starting. Change management is often given only superficial consideration. A new tool is of little use if no one uses it. It does little good for a company to spend $500,000 on anew accounting software, or ERP software when the people who will be using the accounting software systems cannot, or will not operate it effectively.

Is your company organized for success (culture, leadership style, business processes and finally business management . If not then you need to consider more carefully the role of the implementation partner and not blame the software.

In addition to the usual questions of :
• Can the software systems do what you the businesses needs?
• What operating and hardware configuration do I require?
Also ask
Do your employees have the ability to utilize these software or ERP solutions effectively?
Hoc an I change that?
Does my implementation partner offer industry and business knowledge and track record of enabling that change process in a company like mine?

Businesses try to work to policies- which are based on predetermined assumptions, conditions, processes, statutory and other constraints, and if effect embody pre-defined decisions. decisions.

The real world is full of exceptions. Companies use information to control day to day operations relating to the production of goods and services. This information is used to control budgets and cash flows and the best utiisation of assets. . Managers combine the latest information with their managerial experience to make sound business decisions within the policy guidelines..

The negative side is that this information is of little use when the data is not updated correctly on time, and or is not integrated. Thus all functions need to participate and collaborate- if one drops out and relies on manual or Excel systems alone then the integration loop is broken and “system” does not operate effectively. The key to the effective utilization of accounting software systems is the effective production of and access to timely a, accurate meaningful information to ensure timely informed decision making at all levels of the organisation. “Knowledge is power.”

Managers can make faster and better or worse decisions based on the available information ,but they may not even be aware they need to take a decision without information whether in an inquiry screen or a report, a bI dashboard, an alert or a kpi.

Advanced software can be sued to auto decide some decisions, or to make recommendations e.g mrp. or forecasting tools. genrall software systems do not make decisions. People do. When people are not provided with the tools they require to make these critical decisions, it’s very likely mistakes will be made. Some of these decision taking responsibilities are imposed upon by the market in which the company competes. Some are imposed by the owners or managers interpretation of how the business should be operated. However, the methods by which these decisions are made can only be formulated by each individual person, and that is why the software/human relationship is so importsnt.

Each person in any company is unique. So when defining just what software systems consider the unique needs of each person with whom the accounting software systems will “integrate” or how you will select those unique people who will be comfortable with the system

Each person who will be processing transactions (e.g. customer orders) must be given the opportunity to express their personal needs, for it is these people who will be required to operate the system. Further, each manager who will be making decisions based in part upon the information produced by the accounting software systems must express their reporting needs as well (e.g. Business Intelligence, Performance Metrics, and Exception Management ). It is only after these needs are identified and understood recognized that the broader corporate strategic needs should be defined.

At the core of these considerations is a clearly understood definition of what the company is to do strategic objectives , and it must do well in order to succeed- tactical excellence. The way a company organizes itself and controls the flow of information into and out of the accounting software systems, determines to a large degree how successful the accounting software systems will become.

As individual people define their needs, do not limit their responses to factors relating only to the software systems. Let them express their needs with respect to how they fit into the overall business, what information they require when, in what format, from other people, where potential bottlenecks may occur, and in general how the manual side of the business management processes should be controlled.

Selection of a new software systems does not eliminate the need for business process control procedures, and it is those procedures impact on the effectiveness of the new accounting software systems. Some people swear will champion software systems or ERP solutions, while others will believe those are seriously flawed and will cling to old, manual systems. Some will be reluctant to share knowledge- the basis of their experience and seniority. Some may fear new technology. others may worry more about social change – reporting to a new boss, working in a different office. Most people adopt new technology is every day life a new phone, car, tv etc, but don’t so easily change their personal relationships.-

One person sees the software systems as a friend, while the other as a threat. You cannot compare your new wife to your old girlfriend fi you want a long and happy marriage. All people, whether they have had computer experience or not, have developed some personal definition of what they consider to be “good” software systems. If the software systems you purchase meets these pre conceived notions, the task of learning and operating the system will be relatively easy. If the system does not make sense to people, then they will resist entering data, and undergoing training and errors will be made. Evaluate the degree of fit between your employees and the accounting software systems you are examining during your software selection project. The cultural fit with the consultants is equally important.

Tyr not to impose a new software systems on people. Consider whether they feel their opinion is as important as others, and that that the accounting software systems will assist them personally. WIFIM “What’s in it for me?”

While you might argue that first impressions can be changed over time, andc omputer system can seem quite a daunting challenge to . The operator, whether it is accountant, bookkeeper, or clerk can be suffering silence. This suffering might reach the point where the person is willing to consider another job.

No amount of patience, encouragement, or training will reduce this suffering. Mistakes will begin to occur more frequently as well. If the person does not leave, you may have to face the grim decision that their mistakes can be corrected only by removing them from the job. Has this achieved anything positive? Certainly not! If too many critical people in the organization resist the software systems, you can consider the selection project a complete failure. That’s why this evaluation of personal needs is so very important.

Any multi-user accounting system or ERP solutions will be operated by a number of different people with different job functions and different skill levels. The larger the system becomes, the more diverse these individual abilities become, and the more critical an evaluation of their relationship to the accounting system becomes.

Perhaps the least skilled person who might be called upon to operate the accounting software systems is a warehouse manager or even a shipping or receiving clerk.
Does the system meet their needs?
Does the menu structure segregate their input screens into one logical area?
Does the language used, particularly Help Screens, talk to them on their skill level?
Will the processing methodology make sense to someone with their relative skills and educational background?
Do they have to work in multiple systems?

I cannot emphasize enough the importance of training. If you want to remove fear, then you have to build confidence.
You need to reduce errors, not only for the business to avoid fear of personal embarrassment. These result from a lack of experience I.e training and practise with the new software systems.
Invest the time in practical training – understanding a demo does not make you fluent in transaction entry or in report analysis. Reading the highway code is not enough for you to drive – you also need 40 hours on the road experience. You also need an instructor by your side for sometime and to be formally tested and certified. If the investment in training appears formidable, then beware. The major lesson that those who implement cite is that they unde-rbudgetted time for training. Don’t be fooled by those who calm they can configure and get you live in a month or so with an accelerator, or a blueprint . Configuration is a relatively simple, job. Defining the right configuration need user interaction and the testing, To make that work needs their training and practice time. Transforming a an install into a working implementation is another matter. It is not enough to buy a tool you have to understand the many different ways to use it and build up skill.

Depending upon the vendor or product reseller you have selected to provide your accounting software systems, you will probably have several options open to you. If your system is a large multi-user installation, you might want to consider sending several people to a regional or national training seminar lasting several days. While expensive on the surface, this intensive class room oriented environment will enable these people to develop a detailed knowledge which can be passed on to others. Train the trainer really works.

Demonstration accounting software systems are excellent training tools. An even better one is a training company with your own Chart of Accounts, vendors, customers, and employees. This provides people the opportunity to experience a “real” data processing environment without running the risk that errors will lead to catastrophes.

One last point should be discussed with respect to training. Some people will find it difficult, if not impossible, to make the transition to new accounting software systems, or from one accounting software system to another, perhaps more powerful ERP solution.

While you might wish the accounting system or ERP solution could be installed with minimum problems, this may be your most significant hurdle. If the installation of integrated accounting software systems is the best alternative for your company, what is to be done with those people who cannot, or will not make the adjustment?

You must face the very real possibility some people may have to be replaced. It’s not a very pleasant thought, but do not delude yourself into thinking all people will be as excited about new accounting software systems as you are. Business is not easy sometimes, and this is one of those times. I do not like the idea any more than you do, but changes may be necessary for the good of the company and its employees.

Ask yourself if you know how to organize and control an accounting systems selection project. One of the greatest dangers is people assuming they know when in fact that are ignorant. They do it rarely in their business life. Can IT or choose a finance system, do they really know how to select a vendor or a solution? Manger’s need to have confidence in their decision making but often they do not know how to evaluate facts outside their core functional area, nor even what facts are needed to evaluate a solution. Its too easy rush into a demo and to benchmark everything against the first software seen .

In practice its better to spend sometime discussing your business needs, your change management challenges, and the business case and to focus on the implementation partner understanding and expertise. the right partner will guide you through the process and will not waste your time with inappropriate solutions, and then the demo will have some relevance to your needs. and you will have a better idea how to evaluate it.

Synergy Software Systems, Dubai – in top 5% of Microsoft Enterprise Resource Partners

June 17th, 2015

We received confirmation from Microsoft of our attainment of the new Enterprise Resource Competency which has been by less than 5% of Microsoft Global Partner Network.

That ‘s why you can be assured of a successful, Synergy Software Systems Implementation – a 100% track record of successful projects with Dynamics Ax since we started the practice in 2003. Its also why the Highest Customer Satisfaction Award for 2014 also has Synergy’s name on it.

We are proud of our professionals.

We receive similar accolades across our solutions- for years the word in the hospitality industry is “go with Synergy and sleep a night” and why many of our Sunsystems customers have been loyal for over 15 years.

Value ultimately comes from competence and attitude and the results consistently shows that the right partner will give the right solution, service, support and price and deliver the right value.

AEC Construction Software Provides Rapid ROI to Dubai projects

June 10th, 2015

Nagarjuna Construction Company
Real, bottom line, profit increases in rapid time- less than 3 months.
Find out how we can bring your construction operations into the 21st century – see our videos on this blog site and call Vijay to learn more 00097143365589

AEC CutFill Program Video for Highway Cross-Sections – Advanced construction solutions from Synergy Software Systems

March 14th, 2015


This video explains what this next generation solution can do for your highway cross sections. Watch the 18 minute video to understand the advanced technology that created to support the projects you are executing today.

Realise huge savings amounts on salaries, time and money on your projects by streamlining basic AutoCAD operations. The program uses our AutoCAD custom tools to make your submissions easier, more accurate and faster than any other applications in the market today.
An average production output per user can be as high as 1,000 cross-sections a day with all those details being demanded by your consultants.

The greatest advantage however comes from reducing the idle costs of project
resources and ensuring their deployment is viable and profitable.

Oracle license audits survey November 2014 – user mistrust

December 6th, 2014

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2843992/oracle-licensing-practices-lead-to-mistrust-among-customers-says-survey.html

http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/feature/2383728/does-oracles-licensing-leave-its-customers-hostile-and-filled-with-deep-rooted-mistrust

Oracle’s relationship with customers ‘filled with mistrust’:
A survey by the Campaign for Clear Licensing has found that customers do not trust Oracle and are confused by its licensing structure.

CCL contacted 100 global end-user organisations,
- 92% said Oracle does not clearly communicate licensing changes
Less than a quarter said the firm was helpful during an audit or contract-renewal process.
- 88% thought Oracle audit requests were unclear and difficult to manage or to respond.

Three themes emerged from CCL’s research:
• customers do not feel autonomous;
• messaging from the vendor is inconsistent;
• Oracle moves the goalposts to suit its own revenue objectives.

Gitex end – Synergy Software Systems. Dubai

October 18th, 2014

A very busy week – thank you to the many visitors vendors, customers, friends and the curious. Also a very tiring week and everyone ready for the weekend

Thank you to all the staff who manned the stand, the administrative tram behind the scenes, and those keeping the business going who covered work for their colleagues at the show.

A particular thank you to our partners Computime who joined us on the stand to help present BRSAnalytics for Banking regulatory reporting

For the many visitors from around all around the region interested in our solutions we will be in touch – but please be patient for a day or two there are a lot of you!

What’s next:
17th November 2014 at Microsoft Gulf Offices, we will be holding a morning seminar on BRSAnalytics and up to date information about the latest regional information on regulatory reporting. See for example regulatory reports in the regional Central Bank mandated formats.

In the afternoon we will be holding a Dynamics Ax 2012R3 seminar for the Construction and Property Management sector which will highlight Flex Property module, AEC BIM construction and tools, our localised GCC module for HR and Payroll, and our exciting offerings for BI (Management reporter new features, Atlas6, BI4Dynamcs and an incredible new cross platform app to visualise your Dynamics Ax (and other system) data

We will be running another Management reporter course soon – watch this blog for details.

In December we will also run our annual course on Year end closure for Dynamics Ax-there is always a high demand for this course so book early. New features in Ax 2012 and R3 for example budgets, and encumbrance accounting now also need to be considered.

Gitex 2014 – Day 3 with Synergy Software Systems

October 15th, 2014

Visitor of the Day: Paul Stavely Director Hospitality Channel Management seen here with Synergy’s Executive Director, Jennifer Vaz.

Visitors continue to be amazed by the features of AEC construction solution – one of many engrossed visitors during the day

Come and join our round table sessions today form 2-5pm Microsoft mezzanine floor.
2-3 pm BI4Dynamics – see the new cube wizard. and also see Management Reporter
3-4pm Flex Property- from CRM enquiry, through quotes, leases, properties ,and contracts, cost allocations, utilities, recurring billing, Facility Management and BI analysis – and if time allows overview of Middle East localisef Payroll for Dynamics Ax
4-5 pm AEC construction

Gitex 2014 – day 1 with Synergy Software Systems

October 13th, 2014

After the official opening visitor increased through the afternoon-
The 281 inch Tv featured by our neighbours showing our Prophix Corporate Performance Management Software:

Solutions that attracted a lot of interest on day 1:

BRS Analytics – regulatory reporting for banks

Dynamics Ax – Education Admissions module
Dynamics Ax – Middle East Payroll module
Dynamics Ax – Flex property

BI4Dynamics

TCPOS – for retail and restaurants

Handpunch biometric for access control and T@A

AEC construction – BIM and Autocad tools were key points of interest in this amazing construction solution.

Infor Sunsystems – particularly for the hospitality sector

Prophix -Corporate Performance Management (Budget, consolidation, forecast, planning, BI workflow and reporting – one solution for all.)

This was one of the more colourful visitors to our stand.

Gitex 2014 – see Dynamics AX with AEC: Engineering and Construction Management

October 9th, 2014

The SYSTEM SOLUTION that the construction industry has been waiting for – let us show you how we can add HUGE value to your BUSINESS with a construction solution features that no-on else can provide.

Couple integrated comprehensive BIM based construction with Microsoft’s flagship multi company erp Dynamics Ax for Supply chain and financials -all delivered by construction industry professionals.

Click to view a 17 min Video – Construction Management in 18 Steps

Return on Investment - Click to view a 5 min Video (less people – less worries – more work)

BLOGPOST : http://www.synergy-software.com/blog/?p=4056

Our AutoCAD tools will help to speedup the creation of your project shop drawings .

See us at Gitex: call Construction specialist Yudhishtirudu Gaddipati +971 5577 53217,

Call to register for our roundtable session on the Microsoft stand – places are very limited.

Synergy Software Systems
Working together
Microsoft’s – Highest Customer Satisfaction Award

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Cityscape 2014- Real estate and construction software

September 21st, 2014

Cityscape will showcase many new projects.

It is timely to mention some of our solutions in the area,

Flex Property for Dynamics Ax is a specialist vertical solution that can be used to manage the property of a port, free zone, airport, shopping mall, or residential estates and tower blocks. It is built on the deep and rich back office functionality and technology of Dynamics Ax 2012 and is particularly suited for diverse group operations that require more advanced features such as consolidation and budgeting, multi company mrp, intercompany trading automation, and support for many other verticals.

ACE construction is an end to end solution front end for construction: drawing clean up tools, rapid 2d to 3D BIM model creation estimations, quotes, planning and scheduling, detailed operation management, right through to world class bar bending design and schedules. Use as much or as little suits your business. There is no other solution as comprehensive and we give you the option to integrate with Microsoft Dynamics Ax for advanced financials, HR, Payroll and logistics,

RAM Asset management, Can work with any financial system to provide an Advanced FA register, asset tracking and audit, and can extend o Capital project management, and Planned maintenance of assets.

Dynamics Ax, BIM, and AEC Construction

September 8th, 2014