We’re honored! This week, Forbes named the top software companies to work for in 2018. Guess who made the top of the list? Aconex.
The results are based off an analysis of Glassdoor US-based rankings for the percentage of employees who would recommend this company to a friend and the percentage of employees who approved of their CEO. The results show that “98 percent of Aconex employees would recommend this company to a friend” and “100 percent of Aconex employees approve of their CEO”.
What makes Aconex the #1 software company to work for? We believe our company values reflect what makes working at Aconex so special:
Winning! Aconex has once again been named first place in Capterra’s “Top 20 Most Popular Construction Management Software” report . Aconex aced out numerous other competitors including: Procore, e-Builder, and Viewpoint. We’re proud to have the biggest global footprint in terms of our number of customers, users, and social engagement.
And, because we’ve delivered over 16,000 projects in over 70 countries, our customers can trust they’re dealing with the best experts, including a 24/7 support team.
Seemingly every week we learn damaging details about a previously unreported or underreported data breach.
Just last month, the personal data of nearly 150 million customers across the US, UK, and Canada, hosted by the consumer credit reporting giant Equifax, was stolen in one of the largest, most notorious private sector data breaches yet. In a previous post addressing security and cybercrime, a 2017 UK government survey revealed that nearly seven of ten large businesses have suffered a cyber breach or attack, leading to hundreds of billions of dollars in losses.
So, how can we take steps to protect our data moving forward?
How much time and effort is wasted manually consolidating information from countless systems across your projects?
Massive amounts of data are generated on projects, managed across a range of applications. By seamlessly consolidating this data in one central location automatically, there is serious potential to optimise project delivery.
Theft has always lurked throughout the dark recesses of the construction industry.
Stolen machinery and building supplies amount to hundreds of millions of pounds in losses each year. In fact, a 2017 UK government survey revealed an insidious new type of theft; nearly seven out of ten large businesses have suffered a cyber breach or attack at some point, adding up to hundreds of billions in losses.