My recent live-blog post about Tradeshift wondered whether there might be an opportunity for SME firms in the architecture, engineering and construction sectors to expand their adoption of online platforms, perhaps even integrating project delivery processes with the associated financial transactions. It seems one business in the United States is already starting to do this: …
Jun 11 2010
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11 June 2010
- advertising revenues, approvals, architecture, B-2-B-2-C, Brian Javeline, Business-to-Business-to-Consumer, Construction, design, drawings, email, Engineering, estimates, extension, fax, financial transactions, Florida, home repair, invoices, marketing, messages, Myonlinetoolbox.com, notes, orders, product manufacturers, project delivery, recommendation, refurbishment, remodelling, RFQs, SaaS, SME, Tradeshift, United States
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Jun 09 2010
London: 1930hrs BST – Given that the construction industry is a sector dominated by the small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME), any application that can help the small business improve its efficiency has to be welcome. I am attending and live-blogging from the London launch of Tradeshift, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) invoicing platform, originally of Danish origin, …
- accounting system, APIs, Christian Lanng, COINS, Construction, ERP, ERP systems, ERPly, Freshbooks, Intuit, invoicing, launch, London, MYOB, north America, Oracle eBusiness Suite, Quickbooks Online, RedSky IT, SaaS, Saasu.com, Sage, SAP, SME, Software-as-a-Service, subscription service, text messages, Timberline, Tradeshift, Tradeshift Basic, Tradeshift Connect, Tradeshift Enterprise, transactions, Xero, Zoho
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Construction information technology specialist with extensive experience of the UK architecture, engineering and construction and ICT markets (among others). Also does PR and marketing.