NEC3 contract management software offer

Have just received a gushing email promotion from NEC Contracts promoting the contract software management capabilities of its licensed content partners, SaaS construction collaboration platform vendors 4Projects and Conject (appointed almost two years ago).

Apparently, “2012 has been a fantastic year” for NEC3 Contract management software from these partners, with “impressive usage and adoption in the UK and abroad” and their NEC tools “used with great success on some high-profile schemes around the world such as the London 2012 Olympic games.”

Aside from the hype, the email offered the chance to get a 10% discount on either NEC3 contract management software service ordered before 31 December.

Construction Computing Awards

Meanwhile, rival contract management software vendor Sypro picked up an award (for best project planning software – not sure that this equates to contract management, but never mind!) at last week’s Construction Computing Awards (post). 4Projects won best collaboration platform for the second year running, while Asite took the award for best document and content management system (news releaseadded 7 December 2012).

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    • Duncan Kneller on 28 November 2012 at 3:50 pm

    The Hammers felt like being at the Eurovision Song Contest. Asite win the award sponsored by stupor and then Sypro beat Asta, the planning application of choice of 90% of the UK construction industry, to best planning application. Initially felt like sour grapes but the Sypro award just demonstrated how bizarre and unrepresentative these awards are!

  1. We were delighted to receive our award of best collaboration solution. Given that is exactly what we are trying to be….. I’d say they were quite representative in our category! Your dancing looked a bit Eurovision though Duncan 🙂

    • Duncan Kneller on 4 December 2012 at 9:02 pm

    I’m glad my dancing has improved to that standard Steve. The lessons must be paying off… last:)

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