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M+W Group is the latest of Causeway’s long-standing customers to extend its use of Tradex, joining CBRE and Barratt Homes in the growing list of organisations that have chosen to implement Tradex across divisions.

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Specialist contractor, EAC Group of Companies Ltd, joins building contractor SJ Roberts Construction and Oliver & Brown Civil Engineering in purchasing Causeway Estimating licences to save time and reduce risk in estimating, adjudication and Takeoff processes.

A Royal Institution masterclass in action

Causeway partnered with the Royal Institution (RI) in 2014 to expand its national programme of RI Masterclasses and provide Computer Science Masterclasses to young students aged between 9 and 18. Four years on, Causeway reflect on the growing partnership.

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Wardell Armstrong and Waldeck Associates become the two latest engineering firms to choose Causeway Flow for its next-generation capabilities and competitive pricing.

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Causeway Professional Design Suite (PDS) continues to find favour with specialist consultancies as yet more civil engineering firms opt for Professional Bundle licences.

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Specialist groundworks and civil engineering contractor P J Brown joins The Bennie Group as the latest in a growing number of contractors switching to Causeway Estimating.

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Multiplex Constructions LLC and Al-Futtaim join a growing number of organisations using Tradex to manage their supply chains as Causeway’s international customer base continues to expand.
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Causeway Technologies has announced the appointment of Gavin Disney-May as a Non-Executive Director. Gavin brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Board, spanning in-depth software knowledge, corporate growth and mergers & acquisitions.
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Interserve and SPIE 365 Facilities have become the latest of a growing number of contractors taking steps to embrace e-Invoicing, seeing Tradex cement its position as the construction industry standard for digital business transactions.

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Reacting to growing demand for electronic invoices, leading commercial explosives and blasting services contractor EPC UK becomes the latest of over 140,000 organisations on Tradex, the construction industry standard for digital business transactions.

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