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NoteVault's platform integrated with CMiC

San Diego's NoteVault, a provider of voice-to-text-based mobile reporting solutions for the commercial construction industry, has integrated with CMiC, a full enterprise resource planning software provider for the construction industry.

The integration between the two systems provides greater transparency and visibility for executives into the day-to-day project reporting and saves hours of administration time for project managers and superintendents.

"Having access to the daily reports through the CMiC portal is a huge advantage," said Peter Lasensky, CEO of NoteVault. "It allows construction companies to keep all their information and daily reports in one place. That's where the record of truth is."

As daily field reports are synched directly with CMiC, executives don't need to jump between different systems to access their daily business information, and can make quicker decisions to safe-guard the project.

The integration also provides a single storage for data, meaning that all report information from NoteVault is synced with CMiC, allowing project managers, superintendents and executives to get daily updates directly in their existing enterprise resource software. Everything exists natively in CMiC. In addition, it reduces the need for duplicate data entry, while increasing data integrity.

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