108 Architects, Engineers, and Contractors Talk Cloud (Infographic)

In a recent case study, ARC spoke to 108 architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) management professionals to find out the importance of using an industry specific cloud. Turns out that need is greater than we could have imagined, with the vast majority of those in AEC stating that technology built specifically for the industry could… Read More

SKYSITE Product Update

A quick product update for SKYSITE users: There are now additional options for project sharing. This workflow change provides three different Project Share Permissions and enables support for outsourced publishing of documents: View Only View + Edit & Publish – Own Documents View + Edit & Publish – All Documents The uploading page now provides… Read More

ARC’s March 6 Investor Day

ARC will be showcasing SKYSITE at Investor Day on March 6. Planned events include demonstrations of SKYSITE™, its recently released cloud-based, enterprise document management sytem for the construction industry, as well as demonstrations of how its technology, innovation, and scale in the marketplace create significant competitive advantages. Attendees can also expect a customer discussion panel, management… Read More

CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS MAKE THE CASE FOR AN INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC CLOUD-BASED DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT APPLICATION

Construction industry survey reports significant project cost overruns due to poor document management Walnut Creek, CA – January 29, 2015 – ARC Document Solutions, Inc., (NYSE: ARC), the nation’s leading document solutions provider for the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry, announced today the findings from its AEC Technology Study. ARC commissioned the study to… Read More

Introducing SKYSITE

ARC is proud to announce SKYSITE, a cloud solution that manages the workflow of construction documents and information. SKYSITE was developed to solve the challenges that contractors face every day. By talking to contractors in the field, ARC found that GCs today are using 5-7 applications on a single project. Many of these applications are… Read More