Category: Software

Lessons Learned Implementing Viewpoint’s Project Management Module – Lesson #3

Having been contacted by several companies starting to use the Viewpoint Project Management Module, ANF Group’s Delilah Alvarez wrote a series of blog posts on the lessons learned during implementation.  Here’s a taste of lesson #3: As I learned how...

/ July 9, 2013

5 Ways to Improve Your Bottom Line with a Mobile Workforce Management Solution

By Mike Koebel, Mentor Engineering In the construction industry, having any advantage over your competitors can make all the difference. A Mobile Workforce Management (MWM) solution features rugged in-vehicle computers that allow real-time communication between office staff and field workers....

/ February 1, 2013

Well, well, don’t we have some creative minds here at Viewpoint?

We’re pleased to announce that our in-house creative team lead by Halle Cisco and Jason Burg picked up a few nice design awards for two direct mail pieces they created this past year. Graphic Design USA news magazine has selected...

/ December 19, 2012

Capturing and Managing Data in the Field is Now.

OK, I’m going to start this post with a disclaimer.  We always attempt to keep the “sales” out of our blogging and this one is no different, but since I’m writing today about mobile applications for construction, I have to...

/ October 2, 2012

Looking for Construction Software on the go? There’s an App. for that.

As you’re reading this, I’m guessing your smart phone (iPhone, Android, etc.) is sitting on the desk next to you. Or, maybe it’s tucked away in your pocket. There’s even a strong possibility you’re reading these words on your phone’s...

/ August 9, 2012

Work Order Management: How to lower costs while increasing service quality.

No one can argue how important it is to manage multiple small jobs effectively while driving down costs and improving efficiencies.  That’s why you should look for a work order management solution that includes core functionality for work order processing...

/ July 18, 2012