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About Meridian Prolog
From its base of operations in Fresno, California, Meridian Systems provides construction project management software to customers all around the world. Many of the software solutions are tailored to specific industries such as healthcare, energy, and transportation. Meridian Systems can set up either onsite or Saas-based deployment. Its construction scheduling software, Prolog, is designed for a project’s entire life-cycle from planning, to building, to operating.
Prolog, is designed for a project’s entire life-cycle, from planning, to building, to operating. Prolog is the system of choice for many architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) firms due to the fact that the platform is both flexible and efficient, two very sought-after qualities in the AEC line of business. This program allows field staff to capture information on site, works seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook and other programs to generate RFIs and other documents, interfaces with Microsoft Excel to present those documents in a more usable format, and then allows web videoconferencing with no additional software requirements. Prolog’s advanced design lets team members perform cost control analysis, generate reports, manage files, control documents, perform field administration and do all the other things expected in a fully-functional construction project management software. Your employees can access this construction scheduling software via the web, desktop, or on a mobile device.
Meridian Systems has won numerous wards. From 2010 to 2012, the company was on Constructech Magazine’s Top 50 list. In 2013, UAE construction firm Al Ajmi Engineering Consultants turned to Meridian Systems project managemnet software to provide support for a $300 million construction project, because of the visibility and control that the company’s construction project management software offer.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Cameron Council)