Houston, Texas (September 21, 2016): Coreworx today announced the worldwide release of Coreworx Contract Management (CCM). To ensure its immediate effectiveness for owner, EPC, or subcontractor users, Coreworx engaged industry experts throughout the entire development cycle. The result is a highly flexible, intuitive, user-friendly program that follows readily noticeable and accepted industry practices. CCM is a cradle-to-grave program covering all aspects of pre-award and post-award activities, with a distinct differentiator in that it affords the users the opportunity of proactive identification, mitigation, and management of project risk elements and the opportunity to avoid unnecessary contract growth.

Key capabilities include contractor prequalification management, bid/scope package development, bid evaluation/award automation, deliverables tracking, integrated RFI, action items & change management, multi-level, real-time reporting, and management level dashboards with full drill-down capability.

Ian Foster, former Contract Management Global Functional Leader (GFL) for a leading international EPC company stated, “During my 15 years as GFL I never found a contract management tool designed specifically for projects that offered the level of functionality we truly needed. It was therefore exciting for me to be given unrestricted authority and support by Coreworx to incorporate my lifetime of experiences into the development of a truly effective contract management system, and in doing so, fill a much needed gap in improving project performance at all levels.”

“Our continued partnerships with industry and customer experts have proven to be a successful strategy. We are extremely proud of Coreworx Contract Management and are confident it will further enable our customers to maintain leadership positions in their respective industries,” said Allen Boudreaux, Coreworx Executive Chairman.

For further information, please visit (https://www.coreworx.com/contract-management).


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