Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Computer Guidance Corporation - part of the Explorer Software Group of companies, the leading developer of financial and project management software solutions for architecture, engineering and construction companies, today announced that long-term Computer Guidance customer, S.T. Wooten Corporation, has committed to upgrade to Computer Guidance’s flagship construction ERP solution—eCMS v.4.0—for the management of its growing heavy highway/civil construction business.
S.T. Wooten Corporation is a private, family-owned business headquartered in Wilson, N.C. providing a variety of construction services, including but not limited to heavy highway construction, grading, utilities, structures, concrete construction, asphalt paving, design-build and engineering and commercial construction. In addition, the heavy highway contractor also offers construction materials, asphalt and Ready Mix concrete products, to its customers. Since 1986, S.T. Wooten has leveraged Computer Guidance’s construction ERP solution for the management of its construction business and the contractor recently has committed to upgrade to eCMS v.4.0 to take advantage of the advanced and innovative features that the latest software release has to offer.
“We are excited about Computer Guidance’s future and the product strategy the organization has established for its customers.” commented Harold Hurdle, Director of Information Technology, S.T. Wooten Corporation. “eCMS v.4.0 delivers powerful functionality in the areas of business intelligence, field productivity and overall enterprise-wide collaboration. We look forward to taking advantage of these features in support of our organization’s business goals.”
“The valuable input offered by clients like S.T. Wooten has resulted in our most advanced and fastest selling ERP solution ever.” stated Mike Bihlmeier, President, Computer Guidance Corporation. “With our eCMS v.4.0 ERP, our customers have on-demand access to integrated line-of-business applications that drive enterprise-wide collaboration and intelligent business management.”
About Computer Guidance Corporation
Computer Guidance is the software development expert for construction enterprise resource planning solutions. In business since 1981, Computer Guidance has provided its customers with construction financial and project management applications supported by industry-leading business intelligence and analytics applications and advanced productivity tools. Computer Guidance is a premier business partner of IBM Corporation, providing a solid technology foundation for both its cloud-based, hosted and on-premise solutions. Hundreds of commercial contractors have implemented Computer Guidance ERP achieving quantifiable benefits year after year. Many Computer Guidance customers are represented among the Engineering News-Record Top 50, 400 and 600 and the On-Site Top 40. Computer Guidance’s construction software expertise has led the Associated General Contractors of America to select Computer Guidance’s solutions as the ERP solution of choice for its members. eCMS has also been acknowledged by the CFMA IT Survey, ranking its job cost, accounting and payroll applications as the number one software for commercial contractors. In 2013, Computer Guidance received a silver Contractor’s Choice award from Roads & Bridges magazine recognizing eCMS as one of the most widely implemented ERP solutions among its readership.
Computer Guidance Corporation became part of the Explorer Software Group of companies in January 2014. Explorer Software Group is a global software business that is exclusively in Construction with 25,000 users served, in 40 countries and in 6 continents, employing 250 staff. Explorer's core business philosophy is long-term commitment to customer service, coupled with providing the best possible solutions to customers.
For additional information, visit http://www.computerguidance.com or call 888.361.4551.
eCMS is a registered trademark of Computer Guidance Corporation - part of the Explorer Software Group of companies.