ATLANTA, GA, February 6, 2023 – eSUB Construction Software, providers of the only project management and field-to-office collaboration platform designed specifically for trade contractors, has announced plans to release their new construction Drawings as part of its solution.
“We’re excited to bring this highly requested feature to our platform,” said Cindi Karl, VP of Product for eSUB. “Drawings will make it easier for everyone who needs access to view and mark-up the latest version of project drawings while in the field or in the office.”
The new product, which will be offered as an add-on to eSUB Cloud, will further simplify the workflows for users in the field or office who need easy access to plans and drawings to effectively do their tasks without needing multiple apps.
Unlike similar drawings solutions, eSUB’s Drawings will allow users to facilitate the RFI workflow by taking a snapshot of the drawings to send a request for information.
“We heard loud and clear from clients that they wanted to be able to do this in one place without having to work between multiple systems and apps to seek clarification.” said Karl. “With Drawings, that workflow is completely integrated and works seamlessly with the RFI processes in eSUB Cloud.”
For more information about eSUB’s new Drawings solution, email . To see a demo at the show, stop by booth B4764 during the AHR Expo.
Since announcing the newest iteration of its award-winning software solution for trade contractors last spring, eSUB has steadily released new features and enhancements to simplify how users collect, share, and analyze job site information on their projects. Further features and enhancements are forthcoming.
eSUB makes user-friendly software for more productive and smarter trade contractors. Our solution, eSUB Cloud, is the only project management and field-to-office collaboration platform designed specifically for trades to make it easier to manage tasks consistently and efficiently. Thousands of trade contractors have chosen eSUB Cloud and quickly realized that it pays for itself by standardizing project processes, eliminating duplicate effort, and improving field-to-office collaboration. The company is backed by growth equity firms Catalyst Investors and Revolution Ventures.