1st Annual WrightPlan User Conference
One of our customers, Southwest Industrial Rigging, was featured in the North American Construction Journal, and WrightPlan was sited as part of their success!
If you’re looking for a rigging company that has the resources to move an entire power plant, Omega Riggers and Erectors is up for the job. As the top millwright and machinery moving company for Seattle Metro, they’re known industry-wide for their record of safe and efficient practices. In short, Omega always keeps a diligent focus on quality in everything they do.
Forget the foreman who has to handle multiple subcontractors and trades. With Southwest Industrial Rigging (SWIR), you get the convenience of a diverse range of services, from their rough terrain cranes to heavy transportation and rigging.
If you’ve ever spoken to one of our team members – in person, on the phone, or via email – you’ve likely noticed that we’re a lively bunch. Perhaps you’ve wondered, “Is WrightPlan really just that excited to work with software solutions? Do they drink coffee all day long?
It was a dark and stormy night when a bolt of lightning hit the building and fried the server, paralyzing the entire company from the inside out. The following morning WrightPlan CEO Michael Cox was in his kitchen brewing his first cup of coffee when the phone rang at 6:30 a.m.
Cranes and rigging have always been a vital part of economic progress. When construction technology consisted of animal and human strength, cranes existed as pulleys and ropes. As crane design advanced so did architectural design and economic strength. For almost two hundred years people have associated the view of cranes in the sky with hope for better times. Here are three of our favourite reasons to celebrate the mighty crane.
Up until now, your sales team had to note all of the quote information from the client and pass it all along to your administrator to draft the invoice. Then the administrator had to send copies of those invoices – likely hard copies – to the sales person to review, whom then sent the marked up copies back to the administrator whom then passed the final versions to the bookkeeper to be entered into the accounting system. This process, although standard, isn’t efficient, and it leaves a lot of ro
In March our team attended CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas to experience immersive field research and customer outreach. The convention featured more than 2500 exhibitors representing every major construction industry, and stretched across 2.5 million square feet. Our goals were to discover what attendees look for from an exhibitor, and learn from convention pros how to connect with prospects at a show of such grand size.