SEATTLE, Oct. 8, 2014: Dexter + Chaney, developer of Spectrum® Construction Software, has debuted the latest in its new line of mobile applications for the construction industry: Spectrum Equipment Field Entry.
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SEATTLE, Oct. 1, 2014: Dexter + Chaney, developer of Spectrum® Construction Software, showed its newest service management application, Field Tech, to thousands of attendees of the 2014 NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) Convention and Trade Show Sept. 27-30 in Chicago, Ill
In the construction industry, mobile apps are being used to connect the ﬁeld and the oﬃce. Contractors are using apps as part of their larger software systems for business, project and equipment management. Like the world at large, apps designed for construction now come in many diﬀerent “ﬂavors.”
SEATTLE, Sept. 10, 2014: Dexter + Chaney, developer of Spectrum® Construction Software, will be showcasing its new Field Tech application at the 2014 NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) Convention and Trade Show Sept. 27-30 at the McCormick Place Convention Center (booth #1047) in Chicago, Ill.
SEATTLE, August 20, 2014: Dexter + Chaney, providers of Spectrum® Construction Software, is pleased to announce a partnership agreement with OnPoint Software Consulting Inc. to resell Spectrum in Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas, as well as the surrounding metro areas of Kansas City and St. Louis. OnPoint, founded in 1989 by Mike Pieczynski, CPA, provides software products and consulting services to the construction industry.
Keeping up with the latest technologies is a characteristic of a successful contractors. In this article, John Chaney talks about cloud technology, mobility and where construction software is going.
SEATTLE, August 14, 2014: Dexter + Chaney, providers of Spectrum® Construction Software, announced their Platinum-level sponsorship of the Construction Financial Management Association’s Lone Star Conference in Round Rock, Texas Sept 25-26. The conference will pull together CFMA chapters from across Texas and surrounding areas and is expected to draw hundreds of construction industry professionals for two days of seminars, educational opportunities and networking events. The conference is open to non-CFMA members as well.
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