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'There were good applications, but they
were time-consuming to implement.'
Rudolph Libbe Inc. also has benefited from
the use of MTG Frameworks. The Toledo,
Ohio-based company offers clients general
contracting, design/build and construction
management services. It began working
with Morpheus 14 years ago to integrate
Primavera Contract Management with its
accounting system, Project Manager Brian
But use of the platform did not end there.
"We embarked in 2004 on a large-scale
integration between Primavera Contract
Management and Computer Guidance
Corporation's accounting system," he recalls,
adding that MTG Frameworks has reduced
redundant data entry and associated errors
for Rudolph Libbe Inc.
"We're using it now with many more
applications to integrate corporate data
enterprise wide," he says, adding that
Rudolph Libbe Inc. appreciates how
Morpheus taught the company to use
Frameworks on its own. "We have managed our own integrations and continued
development of new integrations over the
last 14 years."
He adds that Rudolph Libbe Inc. is
currently working with Morpheus on using
MTG Frameworks to integrate with Oracle's
Primavera Unifier. "The future for us with
Morpheus has won rave
reviews from its clients, which
include many large builders.
them holds more integration throughout
the typical construction project lifecycle,"
and JD Edwards," he recalls, noting that
Morpheus allowed DASNY substantial input
in how it would operate. "The data would
flow into our contract management system and back again."
Over the years, DASNY has leveraged
MTG Frameworks to move data between
other software. "It's software agnostic," he
says, noting that Morpheus has saved the
authority plenty of time and hassle. "They
are a good resource."
A Good Resource
Paul Quigley, the assistant director in the
IS department for DASNY, also praises
MTG Frameworks. DASNY has used MTG
Frameworks for the past 15 years. Quigley
explains that the authority began using
the platform when it needed to convert to
Primavera Contract Management.
"Morpheus ended up with DASNY with
the charge of developing a tool that would
move data between Contract Management
MTG Frameworks can reduce
redundant data entry and
Nolan is proud of Morpheus and how it
has provided a living for its employees. But
from the customer's side, "I'm really happy
that I see our clients be able to solve their
integration [problems]," he says.
Looking at the future, Nolan wants
Morpheus's technology to be delivered with
the same reliability that one would expect
when they flip a light switch. "That electrical grid is where I want MTG Frameworks to
be in the future," he says.
"When you come into the office or log
onto the application at home and you run
a report, that information is there if we
do our job correctly," he says, noting that
he wants to expand its reach. "We need to
extend that to multiple companies collaborating together."
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