"Computers for Construction provides a great venue for unveiling this new value-added application to construction technology professionals already using Prolog," said John Bodrozic, MPS president and co-founder. "Prolog Exchange benefits existing Prolog Manager users, sub-contractors and the vendor community at large by allowing easy and efficient data entry," commented Bodrozic.
Available by year-end, Prolog Exchange allows you to manage and exchange incoming and outgoing data used in critical project management processes. Faxed data such as responses to invitations to bid, pre-qualifications, RFI's, monthly contract invoices, and other project information can automatically be input into Prolog Manager or other 3rd party databases. This data can also be received and posted via email or web forms.
With Prolog Exchange, time consuming communication processes are streamlined by automating the sending and receiving of project-related data contained in faxes, e-mail, or web pages. Prolog Exchange has an easy-to-use interface that allows incoming data to be viewed, edited and processed, and serves as a data log to inform Prolog Manager users of data receipt and status.
MPS solutions, including Prolog and ProjectTalk, will also be featured in the following Computers For Construction speaking engagements:
-- Day in the Life of a Project -- Tuesday, October 22, 2002, 10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Austin Commercial Successfully Implements Project Management Solutions (code T01D). Speaker: Scott Stevens, Manager of Technology, Austin Commercial. Hear how Austin Commercial has successfully implemented MPS project management technology to standardize processes on large and small projects including DFW International Airport program and the Ute Indian Nation. -- Product Evaluations -- Wednesday, October 23, 2002, 2:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Web-Based Project Collaboration (code W17P). Speaker: Michael Dawson, Product Marketing Manager, Meridian Project Systems -- Approaches to online project management. -- Vendor Forum -- Wednesday, October 23, 2002, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Integrated Construction Company (code W24F). John Bodrozic, President, Meridian Project Systems. Hear two case studies about successful integration of job costing, financial accounting, project management and operations management in a small-to-medium sized firm, and a medium-to-large sized firm. Find out the key company management factors in both case studies that enabled integration.
Meridian Project Systems, a leading provider of project management software and ASP solutions, debuted on Inc magazine's INC 500 as the 56th fastest growing company in the United States in 2000, and has appeared on the prestigious list two years in a row. More than 70,000 professionals from Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies, manufacturers, and AEC firms use MPS products. In the Business of Projects since 1993, MPS offers both software and ASP-based tools, including award-winning Prolog Manager, ProjectTalk.com and GigaPlan products. MPS is headquartered in Folsom, Calif., with offices in Dusseldorf, Germany; Vancouver, British Columbia; and St. Petersburg, Russia. Visit www.mps.com for further information.
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