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Mar 21 2013

Strong sales performance continues into 2013

2012 was a good year for the sales and marketing team at CONJECT and the early indications are that 2013 will be even better!

Over the last three months we’ve secured deals with several exciting new customers around the globe and signed extension deals with long standing (from when we were known as BIW Technologies) UK based clients. Yesterday I had a look through the recent orders and thought I’d share details about four of them with you:

Canterbury District Health Board_35Project Control helps New Zealand health board with hospital ward redevelopments

New Zealand’s Canterbury District Health Board has selected Conject’s Project Control platform to assist with two ward redevelopment projects taking place at  the earthquake damaged Christchurch and Burwood hospitals.The health board are responsible for delivering a $600m programme of works which has been described as the “largest and most complex building project in the history of New Zealand’s public health service”, according to Health Minister Tony Ryall.

Conject’s Project Control modules: document management, commercial management and NEC3 contracts management have been deployed to ensure the two ward redevelopments are effectively and efficiently managed.

CONJECT strikes enterprise deal with Mount AnvilMount Anvil logo

UK specialist residential developer Mount Anvil has decided to roll out Conject Project Control across all of their projects and programmes. The London based company initially used the software in 2012, supporting one project as a proof of concept. Having reviewed the benefits and process improvements that the system delivered on this one scheme, Mount Anvil had no hesitation in signing a five year deal with CONJECT.

Renaissance Construction continues with CONJECT in Azerbaijan

Renaissance Construction logo

Leading international construction contractor Renaissance Construction has decided to deploy Conject Project Control on a new project in Baku. Renaissance has already used the system in Azerbaijan on two other projects and found that the platform has been instrumental in integrating an international project team of architects, designers and sub-contractors.

United House selects Project Control for collaboration

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After conducting a review of the market, UK social housing contractor United House has chosen Conject Project Control as the platform to support all of their projects in a five year deal. In a competitive bid United House chose CONJECT over four other vendors as the platform could deliver greater value through its range of integrated modules: business intelligence and tender management.

 

About the author

Michelle Mason

Michelle Mason leads the UK and MEAP Marketing team, with far too many years in B2B marketing to mention. A CONJECT newbie, Michelle is eagerly climbing a steep learning curve.

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http://uk.linkedin.com/in/michellemason04

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