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Zavanti ERP Is TEC Certified for ERP for Services and PPM for PSA Evaluation
TEC is pleased to announce that Zavanti ERP by Zavanti is now TEC certified in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) for services and project portfolio

construction company hierarchy  can keep development and construction managers within budget, force budget control and recognition, and inform contractors and consultants.   Contract Administration Contract Admin Users can issue, manage, and track consultant and building contracts, and track progress claims, variations, and contract rules.   Forecasting Contract Admin/Job Costing Allows users to forecast settlements and costs using their stock and s-curve, linear, and other rules for a full 10 years. Integrates with the funding

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