On a glorious sunny day in Edgbaston, some of the leading services and maintenance providers in the UK gathered at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, to discover our range of solutions for reducing costs and increasing profitability. By the end, every single one of them agreed it had been a useful half day in Birmingham:

"This was an excellent and professional delivered showcase that highlighted the different aspects of Causeway’s portfolio of software solutions."

In the morning breakout sessions, Steve Fisher described how Causeway Vixen can increase the operational efficiency of both office and field-based staff, whilst IT Systems Manager from the University of Bradford, Steve Bradbury, explained how their use of Causeway FM Facts helps them manage maintenance activities far more effectively than ever before. Having explained why BIM is a central component in the delivery of our next generation of software solutions, Tim Cole went on to demonstrate the industry’s most widely used eTrading hub, Tradex, with the help of testimonials from companies including McNicholas and Speedy Hire. In the afternoon, Phil Fretwell revealed how a well implemented telematics and vehicle tracking system can reduce operational costs and optimise mobile workforces, whilst Steve Fisher introduced delegates to Causeway Sustainability iQ; the easiest way to harvest, record and report on sustainability requirements. At the same time, Andrew Woolstone presented the benefits of Causeway ECM and explored the ways in which our clients are utilising this powerful document, drawing and email management solution. The day concluded with a fantastic guided tour of Edgbaston Cricket Club, led by English cricketing legend, Alan Oakman. With the weather as a perfect complement to the already beautiful grounds, it was the perfect way to round off a very successful day.

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