Having used Causeway Vixen to manage workforce operations on their £45m Notting Hill contract since July 2011, Willmott Dixon are now set to utilise the solution across £162m of new contracts, to a combined value of £207m.
Their two new contracts, the £15m Guinness South contract and enormous £147m Home Group contact, will add 23,500 more homes to the number of buildings Willmott Dixon repair and maintain using Causeway Vixen. Continue reading
Every year, we ask our customers to fill in a survey about their experience of Causeway and our solutions. The results are exceptionally important to us and shape the continued development of our products and customer service.
We will be publishing the results in the survey in the near future but, in the meantime, we are delighted to announce the five people who won iPads for filling in the survey! Continue reading
Since Carillion used Tradex to streamline its supply chain, the construction industry has started paying more attention to the advantages of electronic trading.
In this month’s issue of The Big Project, Causeway Divisional Director, Tim Cole, chairs a discussion into the adoption and future of eTrading, with a panel of key industry figures.
As well as the advantages of using dedicated software instead of email and proof that Tradex speeds up the payment process, the panel discuss whether a change is likely to be instigated by the public or private sector, which areas are likely to embrace the change first and what the implications will be for the legal system and tax authorities. Continue reading
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Tagged cme, construction, construction software, eInvoicing, eTrading, Middle East, Paul Madeira, Phil Auguste, The Big Project, Tim Cole, Tradex, UAE
Having attended a Causeway User Day in London, building services maintenance company, Maxwell Stewart, booked a Health Check to help them get the most out of their use of Causeway Vixen. We sent along Lead Consultant, Jim Strugnell, who spent two days carrying out a full appraisal of their use of the software.
Having been provided with a list of people who use Vixen within the company, Jim met and spoke directly with these end users to discover what they were doing and where they could make better use of the functionality. This helped him spot gaps in knowledge and areas where their utilisation of the software could be significantly improved. Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Tim Cole, a Causeway Director, has been appointed as a member of the Executive Committee of the European E-invoicing Service Providers Association.
EESPA is a trade association for the fast-moving e-Invoicing industry and acts as a platform for industry cooperation on non-competitive issues (www.eespa.eu). Continue reading