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CAESOR software helps Gaybank Construction beat the paper chase

Gaybank Construction

RedSky IT has confirmed a new contract with Gaybank Construction . The agreement is to provide a multi-user CAESOR Service Management system which will manage the company’s building maintenance contracts.

Approximately 20% of Gaybank Construction’s business is reactive maintenance work and to date the company has been using a labour intensive paper-based system. The installation of CAESOR Service Management will automate the process from the initial request for maintenance work to be carried out to invoicing.

By decreasing the amount of manual input, Gaybank Construction will save time and increase the accuracy of the information within the system. Once implemented, CAESOR Service Management will automatically update the contract within AXiM accounts, thus removing any duplication of effort, making the process more streamlined.

CAESOR Service Management is unique in being the only totally integrated service management system specifically for the construction industry supply chain and is designed for contractors who offer maintenance as part of their overall service. CAESOR Service Management handles the complete maintenance process, starting at the logging of a job and producing a quote, allocating and dispatching individuals, equipment and materials through to invoicing for the work.

Established over 40 years ago, Gaybank Construction specialises in the design, planning and installation of complete office solutions. Many of its projects have been prestigious refits, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Waterloo Station and the Design Council buildings.