DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Builder Sourcing Corporation, a professional services and systems firm that works with home builders to lower operating costs, now offers a program that addresses builders' biggest concerns about construction management systems - how to implement them fast - without additional staff. The FastPath program evaluates a builder's specific needs with the only integrated cloud-based construction management system. FastPath makes a complicated and frustrating process smooth, low-cost and hassle-free.
"After combating several years of operating on limited budgets, homebuilders are beginning to see buyer activity. Builders want to grow responsibly, and they are reluctant to add head count to manage day-to-day operations," said Charles Schneider, chairman and CEO of Builder Sourcing. "After completing the FastPath program, builders can hold off on hiring staff and streamline operations from lead tracking to warranty, while managing the entire construction management process."
Whether a builder already has a construction management software program in place or uses Builder Sourcing's SystemOne(TM) construction management program, FastPath lets builders maximize their system performance. At the end of the implementation, builders have a well-organized construction management process and best practices designed to suit their way of doing business. With Builder Sourcing, the builder also ensures that it is taking advantage of a fully integrated business system, rather than using only a portion of the technology a system offers.
"During a cost control analysis, we saw that maintaining several active servers, along with hosting and licensing fees for different systems, quickly added up," said David Ware, president of McStain Neighborhoods. "Builder Sourcing's FastPath program allowed us to quickly implement SystemOne, which is easier to use, completely integrated and less complex than anything we had used before. It has allowed us to use the web and eliminate a great deal of our reoccurring technology expenses. Today, we maximize our system's performance, and I am confident that our staff is getting the right information at the same time."
The FastPath program's cost is based on the size and scope of the implementation but is typically $10,000. SystemOne costs between $250 to $500 per home built. Builders receive assistance from Builder Sourcing experts with every aspect of the system's implementation process. With Builder Sourcing's help, builders have been able to transition from Excel spreadsheets or a set of systems from different vendors to one system that captures the entire process. SystemOne implemented with FastPath can have a builder up and running in 90 days or less.
At the end of the FastPath program, a builder is better positioned to control construction costs, lower technology costs and maximize current staff resources. Too often builders buy systems for specific functions and attempt to "integrate" them together without understanding that a construction management program exists where everything can be found in one system. According to Schneider, "Two packages that can talk to each other and calling it an integrated system is an oxymoron. Just because systems can talk to each other doesn't make them integrated. Many builders don't realize that a truly integrated single system, SystemOne, exists."
To learn more about Builder Sourcing's FastPath program or to schedule a demo of the SystemOne integrated construction management system, the only one built for the "cloud," contact www.buildersourcing.com or call 303-367-2000.
About Builder Sourcing Corporation
Builder Sourcing is a professional services and systems firm that works with home builders to lower operating costs. Creating value for clients is its number one mission. The results delivered are measurable and increase bottom line profits. For more information, visit www.buildersourcing.com.
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Source: Builder Sourcing Corporation