Causeway’s Professional Design Suite (PDS) has played a key role in enabling Alan Johnston Partnership (AJP) to grow the civil engineering side of its business significantly. As well as helping to streamline workflows. PDS has also been instrumental in enhancing the range of services that AJP is able to offer its customers.
In enhancing its document and workflow management processes, Eric Wright Group has extended its use of Causeway Enterprise Content Management (ECM), implementing ECM Plans – a subscription-based model – to fund the upgrade through fixed monthly payments.
Michael Evans & Associates was approached by a local developer, wishing to regenerate a brownfield site that had been demolished ahead of redevelopment in the Amber Valley district of Derbyshire. Michael Evans & Associates was contracted to offer expertise in the design of both the foul and storm water drainage schemes for the site.
In adopting ECM Plans, the subscription model of Causeway’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM), ECG Facilities Services (ECGFS) is fixing document management costs while also introducing additional functionality.
In changing to Causeway Plans – a subscription-based model encompassing a range of Causeway software solutions, R&W Civil Engineering is saving time on software licence management while extending the functionality of the products involved.
Causeway Technologies has teamed up with construction intelligence services specialist Barbour ABI to launch an industry-wide survey that explores the construction industry’s key issues, challenges and opportunities for 2017.
In upgrading to a subscription-based model for its Causeway software, multi-technical and support services company SPIE UK has reduced its software costs by over 50% in the first year, giving a boost to cash flow.