The Evolution of Software Interoperability in Construction

|| This article was published in Constructech Magazine on June 18, 2013. || The talk of software interoperability continues to pick up in the construction industry. From agcXML to COSA (Construction Open Software Alliance), the industry continues to rally around the idea of sharing information between the various technology systems available for the construction market. […]

Constructech 2013 Tech Preview: The Future Is Now

|| This article was published in Constructech Magazine on February 22, 2013 || Throughout the past decade and more, an approach to making IT investments a little less expensive and a little more connected has been the open-systems movement. One of the more recent movements in constructech is the COSA (Construction Open Software Alliance). James […]

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 […]

eSUB project management software helps to initiate Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA)

From the eSub Inc. Blog Construction software providers constantly search for ways to satisfy the end-user of its products and services. At eSUB we understand this more than most, having curtailed our software based on the needs of subcontractors. In order to maintain fluid accessibility across multiple platforms, eSUB has become a founding member of […]

James Benham Introduces COSA & Shares Results of the 2012 Construction Technology Integration Report in Keynote Address at AGC IT Forum in Chicago