CMiC Unveils CMiC On Demand, the First Integrated Software as a Service for the Construction Industry  

TORONTO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — May 14, 2009 CMiC, the leader in providing software solutions for the architectural, engineering and construction industry (AEC), has unveiled the first integrated software as a service for the construction industry, called CMiC On Demand. Utilizing a technologically advanced cloud-computing platform, CMiC On Demand allows AEC companies to employ the fully integrated CMiC software solution without a major investment into IT resources.

“CMiC On Demand comes at a perfect time for the AEC industry,” said Bassem Hamdy, vice president, solutions, CMiC. “With the current economic conditions, companies are looking for methods to reduce costs and still maintain a competitive edge. Because it is software as a service, CMiC On Demand doesn’t cost overhead to use and can be up and running in a short period. And, with CMiC’s integrated approach, companies can eliminate support payments by eliminating multiple software vendors. CMiC On Demand changes the way software is used in the industry.”

Divided into three categories, CMiC On Demand provides all the advantages of CMiC software, including the elimination of multiple data entry and the increased visibility to information.

  • Standard is for organizations looking to optimize their business by replacing their current accounting and project management solution with the integrated CMiC Enterprise and CMiC Project Management.
  • Enterprise is for organizations that need the full power of CMiC software. Includes CMiC Enterprise, CMiC Project Management, CMiC Imaging and Workflow, CMiC Collaboration and CMiC CRM.
  • Project Lifecycle is for organizations that need a project management system and a secure collaborative environment. Includes CMiC Project Management, CMiC Project Costing, CMiC Customer Relationship Management and CMiC Docflow.

“Any organization that is using one system for financials, another for project management and another for customer relationship management is wasting time and money,” said Hamdy. “In this economy, that waste could mean the difference between a company remaining profitable, and ultimately surviving the downturn, or falling to the wayside. Now is the time for contractors to consider upgrading their software system. There are already signs of the market improving, and companies that have CMiC On Demand in place will be well-positioned to lead the pack when the economy gets back on track.”

Return on investment studies have shown that by integrating all aspects of your business, including financials and project management, with CMiC will reduce overheads costs by up to 70%. By using CMiC and eliminating multiple software vendors, software support payments can be significantly reduced.

“CMiC On Demand is the next step in the evolution of construction ERP software,” said Gord Rawlins, president, CMiC. “The investment into CMiC’s technologically advanced infrastructure has been an obstacle for some companies who desired to utilize the industry leading construction software system. With CMiC On Demand, that obstacle has been removed, and companies that are able to take advantage of the sophisticated CMiC software solution without the commitment to investing in IT resources.”

To learn more about CMiC and Software as a Service (SaaS), please click here.

About CMiC

CMiC is the leader in creating the most complete, integrated and advanced enterprise-wide software solutions for the AEC industry. Designed to enhance your company’s efficiency, CMiC’s technologically superior solutions allow organizations to streamline processes and maximize profitability. CMiC brings experience and industry expertise to each project and continuously pushes for innovative solutions.


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