Boston Barricade Co. is the only coast-to-coast provider of modular construction enclosures and graphics systems in the U.S. In the fast-paced world of retailers, contractors, and mall developers, construction projects are inevitable. Changing times call for changing store-fronts and spaces. When properties need these zones cordoned off, they call Boston Barricade.
Northeast Florida is home to one of the country’s largest framing companies. At any given time, they may be involved in over 1,000 construction projects and consultations. The man in charge of keeping all these assignments in order is Joe W. He is the Construction Administrator for the company. The responsibility of tracking logistics from one job to another and monitoring the efficiency of the company rests with him. In this role, organization and planning are vital.
Scott Murray and his brother decided to open their own engineering company, Murray Engineering, in 2006. By the second year, their business was doing so well that they needed help organizing workflow and projects. In fact, they were weighing their options of software solutions well before they selected a business process management software. Many BPM platforms were either too large and overpriced for their needs or too small and inefficient.
Clare Charnley is no stranger to business process management (BPM) software, having worked as a traffic manager in advertising agencies for more than 10 years. When Clare assumed her position as a marketing and communication manager at Nemours Children’s Health System, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the health of children, the organization was using another BPM software. Again, the program just wasn’t up to the task. She spent more time trying to get the platform to do what she wanted than actually scheduling and managing the projects for her actual job.
It is always a good thing when your business is growing and performing successfully. Yet sometimes growth can outpace the businesses’ capabilities. This was the case for United Truss. The increased demand for their services overwhelmed the company’s resources and manpower.