Sapphire Utility Solutions has just published a great article about how RedSky’s construction management software has transformed the operational efficiency of the business.
Interior fit-out specialist Portview used to rely on complex and time-consuming manual workarounds to manage its goods received notes (GRNs). RedSky’s GRN Register has introduced a new, more organised process and has dramatically reduced processing times.
We are pleased to announce that RedSky’s parent company, JDM Technology Group, is growing again through the acquisition of Perth, Australia based Spearhead Software, provider of estimating software to the Australian construction industry.
Automating the cost value reconciliation (CVR) process with RedSky’s construction project management software has enabled Sapphire to redeploy two full-time staff members and remove thousands of manual transactions a year.
Caddick Construction is to migrate from RedSky’s legacy AXiM product to its latest construction business finance system. The cloud-based software will improve the accuracy and speed of reporting and streamline payment processes, while also freeing up server space.
Roskel has been using RedSky’s legacy DEMA product for well over 20 years. Migrating to RedSky’s latest cutting-edge construction accounting software will help Roskel become a fully cloud-based business and benefit from a range of new efficiencies.
New customer WCI is all set to take advantage of RedSky’s construction management and accounting software. RedSky’s system will introduce new efficiencies across the organisation, including by reducing manual intervention and eliminating duplication.
RedSky, is launching Project Connect, a user-friendly and cost-effective cloud-based solution. It enables project stakeholders to collaborate efficiently and share information to deliver jobs on time, to scope and budget by relying on a single source of ‘information truth’.
Once again, RedSky has won a major accolade at the annual Construction Computing Awards.
JDM Technology Group is growing again through the acquisition of Maestro Technologies Inc., a leading provider of mission-critical ERP software to contractors in North America.