PierVantage rolls out new enchancements

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Cloud-based marine management system PierVantage implemented enhancements in its winter 2014 release.

Although there were more than 50 enhancements in the release, the functionality highlights include:

• Purchase requests can now be made directly from the work order or estimate. Parts and material needed for projects will be placed in a queue for purchasing managers to review and add to a new or existing PO. When the parts come in, they will automatically be distributed to the appropriate work order or stockroom location.

• Estimate and proposal templates

• Price books: Drag and drop vendor price books files into the new module, map required fields, and the team will have immediate access to price books when creating estimates and purchase orders. Users may update price books as frequently as they like.

“This is the first of at least three major releases for 2014,” CEO Navroze Eduljee said in a statement. “It continues to demonstrate our commitment to delivering the best and most up-to-date management solution to our customers.”

A summer release will make project management enhancements, including graphical project and resource management capabilities.

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