On-Site Magazine

Asite and Acumatica announce strategic partnership

By Adam Freill   

Construction Software

Acumatica ERP integration aims to help contractors and owners move away from data silos.

(Source: Asite)

Asite has announced a partnership with cloud-based ERP company Acumatica to provide construction and project management-based organizations a cost-competitive and high-quality alternative to the construction management solutions on the market today.

Fully and seamlessly integrated with Acumatica’s Construction Edition, companies can now work with Asite to manage their entire project lifecycle. With more than 20 years of experience on the largest projects in the world, Asite is positioned to help contractors and owners bring all project data together on a single secure platform.

“Asite is on a mission to become the go-to data platform for the built environment around the world,” stated Nathan Doughty, chief executive officer at Asite. “Acumatica and Asite are both on tremendous growth trajectories. We are delighted to partner together and turbocharge each other’s success.”

“Customers who want to stay competitive need flexible, responsive technology to execute their long-term business strategies,” said Ajoy Krishnamoorthy, executive vice-president of products and chief strategy officer at Acumatica. “We’re proud to add the Asite Project Workflow solution to the Acumatica ecosystem. Customers in the construction industry will benefit from a modern technology solution that spans the needs of the entire organization.”


Users can experience increased control of their project data, documents and processes, as well as real-time visibility into all project details, progress and potential issues—minus the project blind spots and hidden risks.

The Asite and Acumatica platform will allow users to manage and collaborate on all project documents, including RFIs, submittals, daily field reports, drawing logs, issues, and more. The system will store, track access, share, and manage all project documents and files, from plans to BIM files, to contracts.






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