ePROMIS Construction Management Software is listed again as one of the most popular construction software solutions in the world-famous ‘Top 20 Most Popular Construction Management Software Report’ by Capterra, a Gartner company.
Arlington, TX-based Capterra offers software consultation services to small, medium, and large enterprises globally. Capterra has more than 400 construction management solutions listed in its directory.
Capterra’s Top 20 reports are updated annually according to a unique popularity index. “We think our index is a pretty good reflection of the market and uses the most accurate estimates of total customers and users of construction management software options available to date,” observed Christina Tsantes, the Product Report Specialist at Capterra in the blog explaining the research methodology.
Capterra’s popularity index combines the total number of customers, the total number of users as well as social presence. 'Customers refers to the number of unique organizations and companies that license the full version of the software. Users refer to the number of administrative users there are at those organizations.'
'We are honored and highly recognized, ePROMIS Construction Management System has once again listed in the prestigious Top 20 report by Capterra,' said Mathews Mathew, the CEO of ePROMIS Solutions. He stated that no other construction software solution is as capable as ePROMIS in construction project lifecycle management. 'We also make sure to maintain our high international position, and continuous service improvement to increase ePROMIS’ competitiveness in the market.'
According to Thomas Mathew, COO & Director of Global Operations, ePROMIS the international recognition confirms the increasing popularity of ePROMIS’ software solutions. 'We blend responsive technology and global best practices in our solutions to assist organizations to get the most out of every opportunity. ePROMIS CMS is one of a kind software solution; it’s designed to understand and overcome the present and future challenges in the construction industry,' he said.