FabTrol Systems will demonstrate change order management software designed to help steel fabricators track and substantiate project changes
Online PR News – 11-September-2013 – Eugene, Ore. – FabTrol Systems, a global leader in steel fabrication management software, will highlight its change order management system—a system designed specifically for the steel fabrication sector—at this year’s SDS/2 Users Group Conference being held at Embassy Suites in Omaha, Nebraska, September 18-20.
FabTrol Systems’ account manager, Sara Melendrez, will demonstrate the change order system Wednesday, September 18th at 4:50 p.m. in Room Number 1. In her talk, “Track, Substantiate and Charge for Changes,” Ms. Melendrez will demonstrate how the change order system—a recent addition to FabTrol Pro, the company’s reengineered fabrication management software—helps fabricators ensure overall project success by effectively managing the frequent changes that occur on construction jobs. The new change order system, fully integrated with FabTrol Pro’s drawing management and RFI systems, capitalizes on FabTrol Pro’s ability to manage in-contract drawings and their revisions to ensure that all needed information and documentation is readily available to substantiate equitable cost and schedule adjustments associated with a change order request.
FabTrol Systems, a bronze sponsor of the event, will also have an exhibit (Booth No. 01) where conference attendees can learn more about FabTrol software solutions, including FabTrol Rev, the company’s drawing and document management system designed specifically to integrate with FabTrol Pro and to meet the needs of the AEC industry.
To learn more about FabTrol Systems’ software solutions, visit www.fabtrol.com or email email@example.com.
About FabTrol Systems
FabTrol Systems, a global leader in steel fabrication management solutions since 1984, is a proud member of the Dowco Group. Founded by steel fabricators, and still built around a core team of former steel fabricators, the company continues its commitment to the industry by continuously researching fabricators' needs, developing new software solutions, actively seeking feedback from its customer companies—over 1,000 globally—and by working with other industry leaders to address existing and future needs.