eSUB Construction Software scores highest FrontRunner on usability and user recommendations among more than 125 other products
eSUB Construction Software announced today that Software Advice named it a FrontRunner for Construction Project Management software. Software Advice, a Gartner company, analyzes user reviews, and only those software products with top scores for Usability and User Recommended are selected as a FrontRunner.
Subcontractors perform the majority of the labor in commercial construction projects, which is why the operational processes for subcontractors drastically differ from those of general contractors. eSUB has developed its project management solution from the ground up to support the subcontractor workflow. The application’s core features include tracking and managing jobsite activity, labor productivity, job costing, and document control through a simplified user experience regardless of location – in the field or the office. By being an easy-to-use solution with stellar customer service, eSUB continues to grow its user base year over year.
“We are honored to be selected for Software Advice FrontRunner for Construction based on the reviews of our users,” says Wendy Rogers, president and CEO of eSUB. “Customer feedback is highly regarded and incorporated into every aspect of our business. This recognition is a validation of the value that eSUB delivers to commercial subcontractors that are underserved with general contractor-based solutions.”
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