Web-based risk and change management, contract compliance, construction claims management

By: Contract Communicator  11-11-2011

At the heart of all Contract Communicator products is a common approach to risk:

Be alerted about risks and resulting actions immediately

Adhere to claims processes, avoid time bars

Reduce dependence on individuals and their level of ability

Gain instant & secure access to records – anywhere, anytime

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Contract administration and control systems for NEC contracts

The contractor uses CCOM-N Solo to help him administrate compensation events, he does not submit quotations or receive determinations from the project manager through the system, instead he refers to the system to find out what to do and by when and updates the system with his or the project manager’s actions as they are performed. NEC3 ECC – Options A-F, NEC3 PSC, NEC3 ECS, NEC3 ECSS, NEC3 ECSC, NEC3 TSC, NEC3 TSSC.


Contract administration and control systems for FIDIC contracts

The system guides the contractor through the claim process, reminding him by e-mail/SMS when action is required, the contractor takes appropriate action and updates the system whenever the engineer responds. Civil Engineering Conditions 1987/1992, FIDIC Construction Contract 1999, FIDIC Plant and Design-Build 1999, FIDIC EPC Turnkey 1999. The contractor uses CCOM-F Solo to help him correctly substantiate and administrate contractual claims.


Custom contract administration and risk management systems for bespoke contracts

We develop custom systems for bespoke contracts which incorporate the risk-centric approach common to all our products but applied to your bespoke terms of contract. Formulate specifications for customized solution. Review and refine specification with client.


Risk Register

The risk register is designed to request relevant information from the project team at the correct time. In Contract Communicator a “risk” is a potential source of delay or unforeseen expense. Inclement weather, delays in receiving information, etc.