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Ryvit becomes Member of Construction Open Software Alliance
Both organizations advocate for the uninterrupted flow of information between the software applications used and needed most by construction industry professionals.
COSA works closely with the American General Contractors who created agcXML. They have been supporting efforts to create standards in the industry since 2004. The agcXML looks to make open source integration standards to remedy the construction data integration gap. The goal is for industry software to build their integrations using open source integration standards, making it easier to integrate construction software solutions.
End users stand to benefit by the ability to easily share data between software solutions in the construction industry.
Ryvit understands that it is essential to build integrations that are versatile and delivered to software companies in a way that can be compounded across the industry. Ryvit’s integration platform supports the uninterrupted flow of information by leveraging integration in their unique economy.
Ryvit’s membership in COSA signifies that they are embracing the construction industry’s call for open application standards. Ryvit seeks to facilitate the transfer of cross-application data.
Ryvit’s Maureen O’Neill expressed, “This is thrilling news and such a synergistic relationship!
Nick Smarrelli, CEO of Ryvit, commented, “We are honored to be added to this list of COSA members and to be recognized as an organization that supports the agcXML standards.”
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