CMPRO Launches New Website for Web-Based Application Aimed at Construction Management Professionals
Typical construction management software has become too complex, expensive, bloated, and hard to learn. As a result, most construction companies only use a fraction of the services they pay for every month.
Alpharetta, GA, Monday, August 2, 2021 – CMPRO™ is excited to announce our new website cmpro.com, introducing our web-based application to simplify the way construction job site and office teams document, report, and communicate critical project data.
Typical construction management software has become too complex, expensive, bloated, and hard to learn. As a result, most construction companies only use a fraction of the services they pay for every month. And as software complexity increases, so does your time and expenses to train your team and implement the right solution. Productivity can decrease while costs increase. Your project managers, superintendents, supervisors, forepersons, accountants, bookkeepers, everyone on your team works for the software instead of the software working for them and your business.
CMPRO was built to be lean, just like your construction business. With construction costs constantly on the rise, you need construction business solutions that are cost-effective to implement and manage both for your project managers in the field and your finance and accounting team in the office.
That’s why we built CMPRO to be a simple tool that positively impacts your business right away. It connects your office accounting, bookkeeping, and financial team with your job-site construction project management team with the right tools to track, document, and report critical daily information, so the work flows and the cash flows.
The CMPRO website is designed to help answer your questions about the software and direct you to schedule a product demo to learn more about whether it’s the right fit for your business, whether you’re a general contractor or sub-contractor.
Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, CMPRO™ empowers your construction team in the field, and in the office, with the mission-critical, daily communication, reporting, and documentation needs on every project in one intuitive, easy-to-learn and use, web-based software platform. Manage Project Budget, RFIs, Pay Applications, Change Orders, and much more. CMPRO™ will save you time and money on every project. It is Construction Management Software Simplified.™
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