Explorer Software and busybusy Team up in Strategic Partnership

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New partnership between two construction focused software companies expected to benefit the market.

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Explorer Software and busybusy form new strategic partnership

“We are pleased to join forces with busybusy – combining our feature-rich construction solution, Eclipse, with their intuitive mobile app." - Mark Liss, President of Explorer Software

Explorer Software and busybusy today announced a new strategic partnership between the two construction focused software companies. The partnership is expected to enhance both businesses’ respective positions in the construction market by offering their customers more choices and flexibility.

Explorer Software is the leading provider of enterprise software solutions for the construction industry. Earlier this year, it unveiled Uplink, a new integration tool for its flagship product, Explorer Eclipse, which was utilized to integrate to busybusy’s easy-to-use time tracking system.

“The partnership forged between Explorer and busybusy allows businesses to take advantage of a solution that combines best-of-class project management software through Explorer, coupled with busybusy mobile and desktop apps that help construction companies succeed by tracking employee hours, labor costs, equipment usage, and monitoring real-time data through daily job site visibility reports,” said busybusy CEO, Isaac Barlow.

Mark Liss, President of Explorer Software, said, “We are pleased to join forces with busybusy – combining our feature-rich construction solution, Eclipse, with their intuitive mobile apps. The busybusy partnership with Explorer can truly help construction companies become more efficient, productive, and profitable. Integrating with their solution gives our customers the freedom to choose best of breed solutions, like busybusy, for their businesses.”

Explorer’s customers are already seeing the benefits of the new partnership, with Explorer customer, Devlin Construction, signing on as the first company to use the new integration earlier this month.

Explorer and busybusy will also be working together in a series of joint projects, including tradeshow appearances and joint webinars to help educate construction companies on the benefits of working with these two industry leaders.

About Explorer Software
Explorer Software is the leading provider of enterprise software solutions for the construction industry, offering a broad range of solutions for small, mid-sized and large enterprises worldwide. Explorer’s construction-specific solutions offer rich functionality, a full application suite and best-in-class customization abilities. The software and services are designed to produce meaningful increases in revenues and margins to contractors.

Explorer Software is part of the JDM Technology Group, a global software business that serves the Construction industry exclusively, with 45,000 users, in 40 countries and on 6 continents, employing over 300 staff. JDM Technology’s core business philosophy is long-term commitment to customer service, coupled with providing the best possible solutions to customers.

About busybusy
busybusy’s mobile and desktop apps help construction companies succeed by tracking employee hours, labor costs, equipment usage, and monitoring real-time data through daily job site visibility reports. With the smart jobsite data and reports that busybusy™ provides companies can reduce costs and employee turnover, while increasing profits, job site safety, and team performance thus providing a better experience for clients and employees. Taking advantage of busybusy’s powerful suite of jobsite tracking tools leads to reduced overtime costs, equipment costs, idle equipment, as well as, better project estimating, documentation, evaluation, job costing, accountability and communication. Busybusy™ works for all types and sizes of construction-related businesses from General Contractors to Subcontractors.

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