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Sypro software a project game changer for Pagabo customers
Construction procurement experts, Pagabo, have announced a new alliance with leading contract management software providers, Sypro. The formalisation of the partnership, which comes into effect from 24 May 2019, will offer clients real-time, cloud-based and time-saving solutions as well as value for money across its influential frameworks.
The decision to partner with the government accredited software provider is driven by Pagabo’s focus on adding value to clients. With this alliance, it will provide cost-effective assistance in improving the management of clients’ build processes.
Sypro’s Contract Manager software enables clients and contractors to easily and compliantly follow contract obligations and requirements – whether it is NEC3/4, JCT or any other contract type. Subsequently, almost half the time is saved as well as reductions in the risk of costly contractual disputes.
Welcoming the partnership, Pagabo CEO Simon Toplass said: “This alliance ensures Pagabo’s contractors, suppliers and clients get access to market-leading contract management software and support at preferential terms. We will be able to ensure that where Sypro is used by clients, those projects are transparently and consistently managed using a simple, and modern solution to deliver strong governance, compliance and value for money.”
Commenting on the news Sypro CEO, Simon Hunt said: “The alliance between Sypro and Pagabo really formalises the symbiotic nature of both businesses and the sectors in which we both work.
“At Sypro we have always striven to provide the best possible solution to managing complex projects, and we truly believe that the existing customers shared with Pagabo, and future new customers for us both, will benefit from a streamlined approach to project procurement and compliant project delivery.”
If you would like further information on our framework agreements, or matters relating to the Pagabo/Sypro alliance please contact us.