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Crossway Surveying, A National Leader in Surveying and Mapping for the Oil & Gas Industry, Partners with BCS ProSoft and Deltek Vision to Manage Its Business

Texas-Based Professional Services Firm Will Rely on BCS ProSoft and Deltek Vision to Build the Foundation for its Continued Growth.

DALLAS, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BCS ProSoft, the leading provider of ERP and business management solutions to Texas' small- and mid-market A/E/C firms, announced that Crossway Surveying, Inc. (Crossway) – one of the fastest growing surveying and mapping solution providers in the country – has selected Deltek Vision to manage its business. The Oil & Gas services firm will rely on BCS ProSoft to implement Vision as the financial and project management foundation to help manage their continued growth.

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After doubling the size of its workforce and taking on larger projects, Crossway knew better management reporting was necessary in its partnership with their clients, who were asking for daily reporting. Relying on multiple, disparate systems for timesheets, performance and financial reporting, project data, and payroll–Crossway knew they needed a comprehensive, integrated reporting software to help grow the business. Crossway began a search for an integrated ERP solution to provide easy access to project and resource management reporting that would ensure the right people are on the right projects, at the right time. After a thorough review of other systems, Crossway ultimately selected cloud-based Deltek Vision, designed specifically for growing A/E/C firms.

"Partnering with BCS ProSoft to deliver and implement Deltek Vision was an easy choice for Crossway – it has all the capabilities we need to work smarter so we can focus on performance and collaborating with our clients to meet deadlines and reduce their expenses," said Dustin Price, President at Crossway. "BCS ProSoft inherently understood our business better than any other ERP provider that we evaluated. Deltek Vision is a scalable solution that delivers live reporting on employee utilization and the necessary tools we need for project profitability. We are excited to take advantage of the benefits of this solution and will rely on BCS ProSoft's experience with Vision to build the financial and project management foundation that will help drive our growth."

"Crossway is rapidly expanding and taking on much larger projects, a significant accomplishment for a young firm. We are thrilled that Crossway selected Deltek Vision to support its long-term business management processes," said Clark Haley, CEO of BCS ProSoft. "Deltek Vision was specifically designed to support the complete project lifecycle of professional services firms like Crossway. It offers a full range of capabilities from pipeline building and client management to financial and project. We have hundreds of customers that use Deltek Vision, and we are pleased to add such a high profile customer to our network of Oil & Gas services firms."

About Crossway Surveying
Crossway is a leading national provider of complete surveying and mapping solutions to the Oil & Gas industry. Founded in 2008, this Texas-based professional services firm has built a reputation of client satisfaction that is widely recognized throughout the industry by delivering projects on time and budget. Their ability to scale projects to any size has enabled them to take on an impressive portfolio of clients throughout North America.

About BCS ProSoft
BCS ProSoft is a value-added reseller of Sage Software, Deltek Vision and NetSuite ERP solutions that partners with businesses to provide guidance on ERP selection and implementation. More than 1,500 companies across North America in the architecture & engineering, wholesale distribution, manufacturing, oilfield services, equipment/event rental, and professional services industries trust BCS ProSoft to help them make important decisions regarding their business management technology solutions.

Serving small to mid-sized businesses since 1986, BCS ProSoft has offices in San Antonio, TX; Houston, TX; Denver, CO; and Honolulu, HI.

Media Contact: Patrick Haley, BCS ProSoft, 800.882.6705, [email protected]

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