On Center Software provides free self-paced training and orientation videos, free instructor led feature specific webinars, custom individual sessions, hands-on training, and custom classroom training conducted onsite.
Estimate firestopping using current suppliers of certified materials for barriers, conduit, cables, pipes and ducts, designed to deter fire, smoke, and toxic gases through openings in walls, floors, and ceiling assemblies. Capture the system for stairwell pressurization and smoke exhaust. A combination of Quick Bid and On-Screen Takeoff makes it easy for you to customize your counts, materials, and components for estimation and make adjustments for change orders in the heat of the moment.
Calculate linear feet of barriers, air ducts, conduit and cable. View change orders on color-coded digitized plans from a laptop or tablet on site.
Price estimates can be assembled quickly, reviewed and revised with up-to-the-minute pricing. Detailed, accurate bids generate in an hour or less. Quick Bid streamlines the estimating process by automating and consolidating many functions, minimizing data-entry errors, miscommunications, duplications and manual calculation mistakes. Commercial roofing contractors can quickly calculate every detail they need to estimate and bid. Quick Bid provides an email quote process, eQuote, for suppliers to submit up-to-the-minute pricing.
On-Screen Takeoff is very easy to use and easy to do takeoffs. I wouldn’t want to work without it now.
Richard Dale - Consultant
Digital Production Control
Incorporate all the actual site data, from takeoff, to bid, to build. Digital Production Control (DPC) integrates and digitizes data from On-Screen Takeoff and Quick Bid and brings it all together for real time analysis of your job and a jump start on future bids. DPC continuously records project data for crew and materials management. You have detailed permanent record. Automated audit trails and detailed documentation of completion stages help clarify decisions, approvals and scope changes, should legal disputes arise over project overruns.