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Dexter + Chaney Releases New Project Management Software at World of Concrete

Seattle-based construction software developer Dexter + Chaney announces the release of its Spectrum Project Management software, debuting at the 2013 World of Concrete trade show in Las Vegas. Spectrum Project Management is available as part of the suite of applications that comprise Dexter + Chaney's Spectrum® Construction Software product line.

Spectrum Project Management lets you start with a customizable dashboard and drill down to the infor ...

Spectrum Project Management lets you start with a customizable dashboard and drill down to the information you want to see. (Graphic: Business Wire).

According to John Chaney, president and co-founder, “Project management is not one task performed in one location. It involves a continuous flow of work, data and documents that move from place to place and person to person. We’ve designed a complete system to help project managers handle the work, the documents, the communication and the people that comprise complex construction projects.”

Spectrum Project Management is cloud-based, requiring no software downloads and accessible from any device with a web browser. “Just like every other Spectrum application, Spectrum Project Management is 100 percent web-based,” Chaney said. “Users simply launch a web browser from anywhere they’re working to access all of the features and functionality of the software.”

What makes Spectrum Project Management unique is how it combines the tools and information that project managers need into a single application. "Project managers are at the center of a storm of data and documents," said Mark Peltz, Dexter + Chaney product manager for construction operations software. "Instead of using three, four, or more applications to build a picture of project status, they can use Spectrum Project Management to combine financial and field information, manage people and documents, and track workflow from a single project log screen that eliminates the need to maintain multiple logs."

The Spectrum Project Management application covers numerous project management functions, including job cost and job progress reporting, project logging, submittal and RFI tracking, and project document storage and sharing, to name a few. For more information on Spectrum Project Management, visit http://www.dexterchaney.com/project-management.

ABOUT DEXTER + CHANEY

Dexter + Chaney has been providing complete construction management software for more than 30 years. From the office to the field, from accounting to project management, Dexter + Chaney software is used by more than 1,000 companies. Their clients come from all segments of the industry—heavy/highway and utility, general contractors, electrical, mechanical, and specialty subcontractors—and are companies of all sizes, from locally owned subcontractors to some of the world’s largest construction firms. Dexter + Chaney’s web-based software applications allow customers to get work done anywhere using any device with a web browser and without the need to download any software. For more information about Dexter + Chaney’s products and services, contact Wayne Newitts, Marketing Director, Dexter + Chaney, 9700 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA, 98115-2347; phone: 800-875-1400 or 206-364-1400; fax: 206-367-9613; email: [email protected]; www.dexterchaney.com.

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