ARMONK, New York—(August 30, 2012) Spitfire Management, LLC, announces support of its construction project management software—the Spitfire Project Management System—on iPad tablets running Google Chrome.
Spitfire Development has leveraged Google’s recent release of Chrome for the iPad to provide increased functionality and compatibility. Spitfire users can now use the iPad to manage their projects with up-to-the-second document changes; communicate with team members using the full functionality of the iPad; review and edit project plans, punch lists, RFIs and other documents; enter change orders; and approve pay requests and respond to action items, just as if using the software from their computers.
“Recognizing that many in the construction industry are using iPads these days, we are excited to be able to provide an on-site and on-demand user experience that is nearly indistinguishable from what our users are familiar with back in the office. The same is true for those who are using the latest Google Android devices,” says Stan York, VP of Development at Spitfire Management.
Those interested in learning more about the functionality of the Spitfire Project Management System on the iPad can request a demo through Spitfire’s website.
About Spitfire Management
Spitfire Management LLC, the privately held developer of Spitfire Project Management System, specializes in construction and capital construction project management and document control software. From the start, Spitfire Project Management System has been a browser-based system for the benefit of its worldwide client base. Since September 2010, the company has added Spitfire support for Android and (more recently) iPad mobile devices. For more information, visit www.spitfiremanagement.com.
Contact: Luther Erlund