EcoSys, a leader in enterprise planning and cost controls software, announced the opening of a new office in Houston, Texas. The office will provide enhanced service for EcoSys customers in the region.
Online PR News – 02-June-2011 – – EcoSys, an industry leader in enterprise planning and cost controls software, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Houston, Texas. Located in the Houston Energy Corridor, the office will enhance the company’s ability to serve clients in the region including owners, contractors, and government agencies. The office will provide professional services, account management, and sales of the firm’s flagship software, EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls), an integrated, easy-to-use web application delivering best practices for full lifecycle project cost management.
“The Houston office allows us to be in closer proximity and more responsive to our large and expanding customer base in the region,” said Sharon Hardaway, Vice President of Professional Services and general manager of the Houston office. EcoSys clients include Cameron, Constellation Energy, Marathon Petroleum, the Shaw Group, and Technip among others.
EcoSys is an industry leader in project management, planning, and cost controls software. Founded by the original designers and developers of the Primavera enterprise project management suite, EcoSys has worked with over 200 customers worldwide in industries including government, oil & gas, utilities, construction, and IT. EcoSys is headquartered in New York, with offices in London, Houston, San Francisco, and Atlanta. For more information, visit www.ecosys.net.
EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) is a next generation planning and cost controls software solution delivering best practices for full lifecycle project cost management in an integrated, easy-to-use web application. Bridging the gap between planning and execution, EcoSys EPC is used for capital planning, budgeting and forecasting, and comprehensive management of costs, funds, resources and earned value.