DanCar Energy Construction has chosen ARES PRISM Software for Estimating, Cost Management, and Field Progress.
Online PR News – 12-October-2017 – Burlingame, CA – DanCar Energy Construction (DEC) is a general contractor in the oil and gas industry and initially inquired about our PRISM Estimating solution. Christopher Stanley, an estimator at DEC, explains that they were "looking to expand our estimating capabilities especially with the implementation of 3D and BIM Takeoffs."
After learning more about our entire ARES PRISM suite of software and how it could provide great value to their construction projects, DEC selected PRISM’s Estimating, Cost Management and Field Progress modules. They will also take advantage of PRISM Dashboard, which is an intuitive tool used to understand project performance at a glance. Finally, they will use PRISM Integrator to connect to their current IT systems, ERP systems, and/or financial systems.
Now, they will be able to effectively manage the entire project lifecycle to deliver accurate forecasts, control cost and measure project performance. Geoffrey Stubson, CFO at ARES Project Management LLC, remarked: "We look forward to supporting DanCar Energy Construction through their implementation and training process and partnering with them to deliver cost-effective construction and fabrication services in the Texas area."
About DanCar Energy Construction:
DanCar Energy Construction is a full-service construction firm safely delivering cost-effective construction and fabrication services. Our team is committed to building relationships through honest communication and providing turnkey solutions for our partners. http://www.deccompanies.com
About ARES PRISM:
PRISM is an enterprise project lifecycle management solution that supports the planning, execution, and completion of capital projects for dependable forecasts, cost control, and performance measurement. PRISM aligns the project budget and schedule, provides change management workflow, and delivers accurate reports and dashboards so that you have the transparency required to pinpoint potential problems and make strategic decisions. http://www.aresprism.com