Based on customer feedback, we are pleased to announce that DrawAlert Version 2.1 has added Multiple Prime Contractor Functionality. With this new feature set you can invite a range of resources to construction projects including: Architectural, Audio Visual, Building Controls, Electrical, Engineering, Equipment, Factures, Furniture, General Contractor, Landscaping, Low Voltage, Mechanical, Security and more. With…Read More
Hot off the press! DrawAlert, the market’s only Owner/Lender construction funding risk mitigation tool, is once again making news for the release of its much anticipated version 2.0. This latest update will offer project stakeholders improved operational productivity, increased visibility to all parties, expanded dashboard capabilities including a document portal. “DrawAlert began as a way…Read More
DrawAlert is making news! We were proudly featured in the Phoenix Business Journal on June 15, 2016 as part of an exclusive interview with Mike Sunnucks, Senior Reporter for the Phoenix Business Journal. Enjoy the article! Tempe duo hopes tech venture shines more light on construction projects, contractor payments Tom Pritscher and Ted Ritter hope their new…Read More
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Mitigating Risk on Every Construction Project Webinar Tuesday, March 22, 2016 2:00 PM MST-AZ We all know that transparency is important, especially when it comes to the construction process. Join the DrawAlert experts for a 45-minute interactive webinar that will focus on the current market challenges, case studies of early adopters and valuable…Read More
DrawAlert is proud to announce its partnership with ConstructionReports.com, the leading construction bidding and lead service for commercial contractors in the Southwest. Construction Funding Transparency Gets Clear Boost By recommending its members use the DrawAlert Certified Project Portal, ConstructionReports.com members will benefit from a more transparent construction funding process that includes an easy-to-use, cloud-based project…Read More
Last year, the Pay Transparency Rule was issued into effect by Executive Order (EO). On Sept. 10, 2015, the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs announced a final rule prohibiting federal contractors and subcontractors from maintaining pay secrecy policies and from discriminating against employees and applicants who discuss, disclose or inquire about compensation….Read More