Software Advice Helps 500th Electrical Contractor Find the Right Software
Innovative service supports electrical contractors as they evaluate electrical estimating, project management, accounting and service management software.
“It is gratifying to have helped so many electrical contractors as they take on the challenge of assessing software systems. In partnership with the leaders in software for electrical contractors, we have helped everyone from the smallest of independent electricians to large electrical engineering firms with a global presence,” said Don Fornes, founder and CEO of Software Advice.
The Software Advice website provides a wealth of information for software selection including detailed software product profiles, white papers, articles and evaluation tools. Furthermore, the experts at Software Advice provide free phone consultations and needs assessments to help contractors narrow down a short list of software systems based on their trade (e.g. low voltage, solar, teledata), company size and specific functional requirements. Contractors can then focus their research efforts on evaluating the short list, rather than dedicating weeks to sifting through hundreds of software products for the construction industry.
In addition to providing considerable value to electrical contractors, Construction Software Advice serves as a powerful marketing venue for software vendors. Participating vendors serve a complete range of industries and trades, including architects, building owners, commercial contractors, home builders, heavy/highway contractors and specialty contractors such as electrical, mechanical and HVAC contractors. Participating vendors also cover the full range of application categories, including: accounting software; construction project management software; construction estimating software; human resources and payroll; and, document management.
Construction Software Advice is online at www.softwareadvice.com/
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Software Advice helps organizations in the construction, medical and retail industries make the right software decisions.