Unit4, 4Projects, Asite all win Hammers

I attended the Construction Computing Awards dinner in central London last night, and saw a mixture of awards distributed across a cross-section of the shortlisted companies (post) represented in the room. Just one or two winners weren’t present – Bentley Systems, for instance – but there were usually volunteers willing to step into the spotlight and grab and grin for the photographer.

  • The ‘Hammer’ for Document and Content Management Product of the Year was taken by Unit4 Collaboration ahead of Asite.
  • 4Projects took the newly-instituted Hammer for Collaboration Product of the Year, beating Bentley Navigator, and was runner-up in product of the year.
  • Asite Key Professional scooped the Hammer for project planning product
  • MPS was recognised in the IT project of the year.
  • Woobius won the Mobile Technology category with its Showcase platform [post].
  • Causeway picked up the Company of the Year Award, among others.

[Many thanks to Unit4 Collaboration for inviting me to attend the Awards dinner as one of their guests.]

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