Large contracts in construction have gone digital, but reams of paperwork are often replaced with loads of software, as contractors use discrete applications to track finances, human capital, equipment, materials, process workflows, and engineering drawings. Since its early days, CMiC focused on large construction companies in the US by offering a unified approach: A single software platform, driven by a single database, to cover an entire project—from shovel to shingle. Previously the CMiC software required a sophisticated team of IT professionals to manage on-premises, and that limited its appeal to the biggest builders; however, the recent launch of a cloud version on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is set to sell to small and midsize contractors.
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