At Coreworx, we often get asked, what’s the difference between request for information (RFI) and interface management (IM)? At first glance, these business processes seem similar, both help to manage significant risk to projects by facilitating communication and information exchange, but each one performs their own unique project-critical role. So, what sets them apart? The answer to this can be … Read More
Leader in project information management software unveils low-cost RFI offering with rapid implementation Houston, Texas (September 21, 2017): Coreworx, a global leader in project information management (PIM) solutions for engineering and construction, announced today the availability of their proven Coreworx Request for Information (RFI) solution in a new Coreworx Express SaaS version of the software. This solution provides an online environment where all parties … Read More
‘Why would we buy a Coreworx solution when we could manage our project information in a custom SharePoint site?’ We get asked this questions a lot! So, to answer, we put together 5 points why Coreworx is the better choice for managing your information and processes on your engineering and construction projects.
Houston, Texas (March 9, 2017): Coreworx Inc. (“Coreworx” or the “Company”), a global leader in project information management (PIM) solutions, announced last Tuesday that the Coreworx Product Suite Release 7.1, the latest versions of their fully integrated Coreworx suite of software products, is now available. Coreworx Product Suite Release 7.1 introduces new functionality for integrated packaging to transform traditional work processes in engineering … Read More
There are many reasons for implementing an efficient and automated contract management system on your next engineering or construction project. First and foremost, “Effective contract management can ultimately create a powerful business relationship and pave the road to greater profitability over the long-term.” 1Relationships aside, there are some important business issues that need to be addressed too. Hiring experienced professionals isn’t … Read More
In the mega project management world, RFI typically refers to the process whereby project contractors or vendors formally make a request for information regarding a specific scope of work. There may or may not be intersecting work, i.e., other contractors involved in the delivery of the work scope. RFIs are part of a formalized, managed communication process where information transactions … Read More
Project management practice generally accepts that clear communication channels and the ability to distribute information appropriately can impact project cost and time, but what areas actually deserve “best practice” consideration? I recently came across an interesting post on PM Hut entitled: “Implementing Project Management Best Practices”. The article got me thinking about the implications of using the Coreworx Request for Information (RFI) module to … Read More