Platform, Technology, Security
Aurigo Masterworks is a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) system that comes pre-equipped with the functionality that you need, with the flexibility for user configuration. You’ll have the power of an easy-to-use forms designer, reporting engine and business workflow designer. We’ll teach you everything you need to know to master the platform. It’s easy to learn and even easier to use!
|Maintain standards and libraries||Perform enterprise searches||Stay secure with cloud-ready, SSAE 16 compliance||Configure forms, reports and dashboards||Configure APIs and Web Services for easy integration||Allow for role- based security and permission|
- Maintain standards and libraries
- Perform enterprise searches
- Stay secure with cloud-ready, SSAE 16 compliance
- Configure forms, reports and dashboards
- Configure APIs and Web Services for easy integration
- Allow for role- based security and permission
Fully integrated capital program and project portfolio management software
Hosting Aurigo Masterworks in the cloud (the web) gives you one central hub that every stakeholder can access over the internet. Aurigo Masterworks is a (COTS) Commercial Off-the-Shelf System, meaning that it comes pre-equipped with most functionality while still allowing for configuration.
Aurigo Masterworks is both modular and integrated. You use only the pieces that you need, and those pieces just click together. It’s like Microsoft Office: just as you can pick Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, you pick the modules like Planning and Forecasting, Estimation and Bidding, Project Management, Mobile Inspections, and Property Management. Simply turn on the modules you need, and our team configures them for you. Everything lives on a single configurable platform with complete security, user management, and libraries. It’s that easy.
Read more about the Aurigo Masterworks’ powerful platform and security.
Cybersecurity has become an increasingly serious issue in almost every industry, from healthcare to retail to construction. We have seen many news reports of websites being hacked and data being compromised, including the 2013 Target breach, which had over 100 million customers’ credit card numbers compromised. In an August 2015 Reuters article, the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) reported that data stolen from its computer networks included Social Security numbers and other sensitive information on 21.5 million US citizens.