LaunchSite™ is a fully featured, no expense spared Cost Planning and Tender bid Estimating system. Sitting at the centre of your tendering and cost planning world, LaunchSite™ boasts exemplary speed, an enviable tool-set, multiple cost databases for end-user development and links seamlessly with OnSight™ and EasyEarthworks™ take-off tools for effortless measurement of even the most demanding of projects. LaunchSite™ delivers new levels of productivity, efficiency and accuracy in project estimating through better software design.
Its SQL based technology allows teams of users to work simultaneously, in real-time, on the most complex of projects whilst also receiving input from remote users. Project construction is accelerated by the system’s ability to glean information, costs and measures from multiple libraries and historic projects - every single piece of data entered into the system can be retrieved, in seconds, for re-use even years later, making expensive library maintenance a thing of the past and the extensive set of reports is the cherry on the cake.
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