CHICAGO, Aug. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Textura Corporation (NYSE: TXTR), the leading provider of collaboration solutions for the construction industry, announced that they have formed a partnership with AGC of Southeast Texas, Central Texas Chapter-AGC and West Texas Chapter-AGC. These Texas AGC Chapters will promote Textura's collaboration solutions and offer GradeBeam ® as part of their membership package.
"This partnership allows our members to learn more about what Textura can do for their companies," said Cassie Hughes, Executive Director, West Texas Chapter-AGC. "We see this as a definite advantage for all of our members who want to increase efficiency and reduce manual processes involved in a construction project. We can see a particular benefit for our smaller scale members, as they can use Textura's technology solutions to level the playing field with larger companies."
Mike White, Executive Director, AGC of Southeast Texas, states, "Lien laws in Texas are complicated. General Contractors have difficulty keeping track of the requirements and subcontractors can find the related paperwork challenging. Textura—CPM solves these issues by automating the completion and tracking of prime and sub-tier lien waivers. This helps ensure subcontractors are paid while risk is managed for our builders and general contractors."Added K. Paul Holt, President and CEO, Central Texas Chapter-AGC, "As their logo suggests, the Textura family of software products does indeed create collaborative construction solutions with functionality for everyone. I believe their technology represents the "New Age" for construction technology – ensuring all parties on a construction project are working from the same real-time data with benefits for every user." Textura offers solutions to the commercial construction industry that increase efficiency, enable better risk management and provide improved visibility and control of construction activities. Powered by a sophisticated, but easy-to-use workflow engine, Textura's collaboration solutions automate manual processes and reduce the amount of paper associated with a construction project, allowing companies to focus on more business valuable tasks.