CMCS to showcase specialized applications for the Real Estate sector at Cityscape 2006
Collaboration Management and Control Solutions (CMCS) will showcase its broad and latest range of Primavera portfolio designed for the Real Estate sector at Cityscape 2006, the largest property investment and development event.
The leading provider of project, portfolio and risk management in the Middle East will deploy its full resources during Cityscape 2006 and will shed light on the latest applications to help developers and contractors manage construction and engineering projects profitably.
“Construction has taken second place in generating profitable margin for the Middle Eastern economy. Though this industry is growing at a rapid pace, a problem still occurs in meeting the demand and supply ratio against the budget and high rising costs,” said Bassam Samman, CEO and founder of CMCS. “Project management is a must tool for all project managers to identify a project scope, develop a time plan, establish the required budget, setting quality standards, building a project team, communicating the project specifics, identifying and treating project risks and managing suppliers and vendors.”
“With 70% of the Cityscape participants already using primavera applications, we want to further strengthen our presence as the most reliable, secure and accurate software provider for project, portfolio and risk management,” added Samman
Since 1984, CMCS has been the sole Primavera Authorized Representative (PAR) in the Middle East and has received more than 40 awards for achievements and performance excellence. Primavera is a project management tool with more than 10 different industry specific solutions that allows users to plan and control projects with a high degree of accuracy, keeping them on time and under budget through the capture and reuse of best practices.
'With Primavera solutions, companies have a ready platform to plan strategically. While having easy access to relevant information, documents, and costs, companies learn about the challenges early on. This Cityscape 2006, CMCS will introduce organizations to the advanced versions of Primavera and also provide insights and methodologies to help organizations, large and small, address critical project risks to maintain constant growth,” Samman concluded.
CMCS concluded several major business deals in the region this year, which includes project, portfolio and risk management application for Dubai Festival City, Qatar Pearl Project, ALDAR, Sorouh, Qatari Diyar, Abdali Development, Ayla Oasis, Nakheel, Emaar, I&M Galadari, Bahrain Financial Harbour amongst others.
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