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Cecilia Padilla was recently named the new president of On Center Software.
News ConstructionSoftware / Hardware

On Center Software appoints new president

April 16, 2012 Andrew Snook

Cecilia Padilla has been named the new president of On Center Software. Padilla has been with the company since 2008, when she was hired for the role of vice-president. She played a vital role in introducing Digital Production Control patented

News ConcreteConstructionSoftware / Hardware

eTools for concrete

April 12, 2012 Ross Monsour

The world is changing as fast as you can send an email. Technology is pushing the boundaries on accounting, social media, project management, cell phones, data transfer, maintenance and applications too numerous to mention. In order to keep abreast of these

News ConcreteConstructionSoftware / Hardware

eTools for concrete

April 9, 2012 Ross Monsour

The world is changing as fast as you can send an email. Technology is pushing the boundaries on accounting, social media, project management, cell phones, data transfer, maintenance and applications too numerous to mention. In order to keep abreast of these

Article Software / Hardware

Software: How to Become a Social Media Superstar

March 1, 2012 Jacob Stoller

As On-Site Editor Corinne Lynds explained in the February issue, social media can provide a variety of benefits to construction companies. Practices such as recruiting with LinkedIn, engaging employees through an internal Facebook page, or attracting traffic to the corporate

Article InfrastructureRoadsSkills DevelopmentSoftware / Hardware

How mobile mapping can save you money

February 1, 2012 Richard Rybka

You may not be familiar with mobile mapping systems, but the fact is you probably use the information they produce every day. Each time you access the Internet to map a driving route or find a restaurant near your destination,

Article Software / Hardware

Social networking: What’s it good for?

February 1, 2012 Corinne Lynds

It’s official, social media is giving me attention deficit disorder (ADD). Seriously, before Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, I was already struggling to keep up with a constant barrage of email, phone messages and snail-mail. Now, although I’m suffering fewer paper