ERP (enterprise-resource planning) continues to come to the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry, with more companies signing on to use enterprise software and solutions for project-based businesses.
One recent example is architecture and interior design firm Zebra is now using Deltek. The architecture company, with offices in Dubai, London, and Phoenix, and a team of 120 architects, prides itself on working closely with its clients to understand their vision and ensure each design delivers an immersive customer and guest experience.
Leveraging ERP, Zebra is able to have realtime visibility and control of projects including financial, client, and resource management. The technology enables it to manage the end-to-end workflow of its company, with functions for business development, project and resource planning, reporting and dashboards, and financial management. The system is also modular, allowing it to easily change functions and scale as the business continues to grow.
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