Change order software speficially designed for low-voltage contractors.
Change orders are a fact of life for all contractors, including those working on automated building systems (datacom, security, access control, fire alarm, and systems integration work, to give some examples).
Now, McCormick Systems has created software designed to help contractors doing this low -voltage work. ABS Change Order allows a systems contractor (security dealer, datacom contractor, systems integrator, etc.) to enter a specific change order and track its progress through the project - from start to finish.
"Our experience with electrical contractors and their change order problems came in handy," said President Todd McCormick, "Contractors, their project managers, and foremen or lead technicians can track a given change order's status through the entire process. If they don't track change orders properly, they can't manage them."
"And if a project has more than one change order - often the case - the contractor and his designated key people can get daily (or more frequent) status reports on all change orders."
With 27 years of experience serving electrical contractors, McCormick Systems recently rolled out its ABS (automated building systems) software line. The change order program gives building systems contractors another powerful management tool.
"In our several years of research into the systems market, we learned that contractors who do this work confront similar problems with job management, reports, and the like - especially when it comes to change orders," McCormick noted. "ABS Change Order is the ideal solution for the systems contractor."
About McCormick Systems
Privately owned McCormick Systems, of Chandler, AZ, is the nation's leader in software used for electrical estimating and project management. The company's products enable contractors to produce consistent, profitable estimates for electrical and voice -data -video work.
More information: www.mccormicksys.com or 800 -444 -4890.