COSA Members at CONEXPO in Las Vegas This Week

|| This week, several COSA members will be exhibiting at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG conference at the Las Vegas Convention Center. || Download the conference app or use this online interactive map to locate the following COSA members and ask more about our organization. FiveCubits – #62006 Sage – #65320 NoteVault – #65312 SmartBidNet – #65106 AboutTime […]

Meet COSA’s Newest Members

|| We are proud to announce three new members to the Construction Open Software Alliance. Learn more about each and why they joined COSA below. || We now have 16 members from the construction technology provider community – learn more about all members at Asta Powerprojects “Asta Powerproject was developed with external integration in […]

Construction Technology: Making the Case for Integration

|| This article was written by James Benham, President of JBKnowledge, Makers of SmartBidNet, publish in Construction Business Owner on January 1, 2014. || Of the 700 construction professionals who participated in JBKnowledge’s 2013 Construction Technology Integration (CTI) Survey, 82.8 percent said that the integration of their software products is important to overall efficiency. So why is […]

New Construction Technology Report Reveals Concerning Cloud Security Trends

|| This article was published on December 3rd, 2013 on PRWeb || 700 construction professionals participated in the 2013 Construction Technology Integration Survey, revealing the software they use, how it integrates and how it is secured. JBKnowledge, an IT services provider to the construction and insurance industries, has released the results from their second annual Construction […]

Collaboration and Support Surround agcXML

|| AGC TechBrief published this article on May 17, 2013 || The Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA) is collaborating on the promotion of standards data exchange within the construction industry. COSA ( the agcXML initiative and will submit schemas that will help agcXML develop for review and ratification by AGC. In addition it will provide […]

Interoperability Intrigue: COSA & agcXML

|| Mike Carrozzo published this article in the May/June 2013 Constructech Magazine Issue || Although you’ll never him to admit as much, James Benham stirred the pot in construction. When the founder and president of JB Knowledge,, Bryan, Texas took the stage at the AGC IT Conference last fall, his announcement to the construction industry was […]

COSA Featured in Constructech Magazine

|| The article was published in Constructech Magazine on February 19, 2013. || Many construction companies use disparate technology for different pieces of the business. Flowing data from one system to the next can improve processes significantly, reducing the amount of manual input required in the office. As such, more technology providers are coming together […]

COSA Welcomes Two New Members

|| We’d like to introduce two of the newest members to the Construction Open Software Alliance: FiveCubits and Pipeline Suite. Learn more about them on our Members Page. || Why they’ve joined COSA, in their own words: “PipelineSuite joined COSA so that its users can easily transfer data to other complimentary programs that have adopted the […]

COSA Featured in Constructech Magazine’s Review of 2012 Technology Day Conference

|| This article was published in Constructech Magazine on October 9 , 2012 || At last week’s Technology Day conference, held October 5 at the San Mateo Marriott, much talk centered on mobility. A number of technology providers were showcasing new solutions and speakers were identifying trends in the markets. But another age-old topic garnered a bit […]

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 […]