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Cool Company Awards
The Cool Company Awards were launched in 2006 as a way for Anthill to acknowledge and celebrate Australian organisations that are doing things differently to bring about positive change. Cool Companies stay one step ahead of the rest. They breed leaders who are rule-makers and rule-breakers. They are trend-setters in attitude and action. Quite simply, they are … cool! More.
Progressclaim.com [Finalist, ONLINE]
Lincoln Easton worked as a CFO in the construction industry for many years and was continually drowning in paperwork, primarily due to progress claims.
He understood firsthand the frustration of being unable to process progress claims because of simple irregularities in the paperwork and has been on the receiving end of subcontractors’ irritation as the payment process was held up.
He knew there could be a much easier, simpler process. This is why he launched Progressclaim.com, to combat this situation, to get everyone collaborating and working together with a simple process, to get subbies paid on time and reduce the aggro!
The current claims process is very manual with differing systems that don’t talk to each other. Progressclaim.com, on the other hand, enables contract parties to administer payment claims collaboratively online.
The long and short of it, therefore, is that it is a cloud-based system connecting all parties together via a simple web interface that works on all devices. Data, documents and information can be shared between organisations in real time so that all parties have a single view of the status of claims, variations, retention and practical completion.
From reducing the stress and aggression of other business people through its software, Progressclaim.com also makes sure its employees are relaxed enough to work. Enter casual Friday.
Celebrations of achievements also makes this company cool; particularly one shindig that started out with a midday lunch and that’s just about the last thing the team remembers about that day.