Setting standards for greater construction collaboration

|| This article was written by Dennis Stejskal and published on Sage Construction and Real Estate Blog on November 7th, 2014. || Every construction company should have the freedom to use whatever construction software best fits its needs without running into roadblocks that prevent information exchange. As an early member of the Construction Open Software Alliance […]

Integration: The Future of Construction Technology

|| This article was written by James Benham published “In Construction Executive Tech Trends” on July 31, 2013. || Tech providers are in the midst of a shift toward a demand for more open, user-friendly construction technology solutions due to a progressively more informed user base and forward-thinking providers that understand the benefits of integration. […]

Sage Accepted as Member of COSA

|| IRVINE, Calif. (October 5, 2012) – Sage North America today announced that it has been accepted as a member of the Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA), a new organization dedicated to empowering better sharing of information between all project participants in the construction industry regardless of the systems they use. || The need for a […]

Constructech Magazine says COSA Targets Industry Growth

|| Constructech Magazine published an article on September 12, 2012 about how COSA Targets Industry growth. || For several solution providers, one way to encourage adoption of technology solutions in the construction industry is to come together to create a set of common standards. Enter COSA (Construction Open Software Alliance), www.constructionosa.org. COSA’s goal is to create […]

COSA Announcement Featured on Equipment World

|| “Construction Open Software Alliance or COSA announced at AGC IT Forum Conference; seeks to increase construction software interoperability,” By Wayne Grayson published on August 16, 2012. || The COSA (Construction Open Software Alliance) was officially launched during the opening keynote of the Associated General Contractors of America IT Forum Conference in Chicago Thursday. Compised of five software companies, […]