Software Companies Team Up to Help Reduce Overhead

Cabinet NG document management software works seamlessly with Include’s Asset business management software; can help contractors eliminate costly, redundant processes.

Cabinet NG (CNG) and Include Software jointly displayed their products at the October GIE+EXPO. Live demonstrations showed how Include’s Asset business management software integrates with CNG’s CNG-SAFE document management software.

Bringing the advanced technology and capabilities of CNG-SAFE document management software to Include Software’s current client base can significantly reduce overhead by eliminating redundant processes in a company’s day-to-day business operations. Include Software’s Asset business management solutions focus specifically on the contracting industries, helping to manage every aspect of a contractor’s business, eliminating the need for other software programs. The software’s integration with CNG-SAFE allows Asset users to instantly pull up documents in the context of how they relate to the actions they are performing. Because Asset modules integrate to the appropriate CNG-SAFE electronic filing cabinets, users can add, edit, view or route documents directly from Asset. The integrated solution enables users to manage all documents across all business processes needed in the landscape, architecture, design and build, and other contractor related industries.

“Although the landscaping industry may not be the most obvious vertical to sell document management to, it is actually very paper-intensive with strict document requirements,” said James True, VP of business development for CNG. “Not only is file storage expensive, it’s inconvenient. CNG-SAFE allows Asset users to streamline business processes to successfully manage their contracting businesses, while gaining efficiency, productivity and physical office space.”

“We have seen many clients reap the benefits of CNG-SAFE, finding considerable value in its integration with Asset and saving time in processing information,” said Nanette Seven, vice president of Include Software.

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