Exactal Group Reaches 11,000 Licences Sold Worldwide
Exactal is delighted to announce that we have reached 11,000 commercial licences sold globally.
Exactal provides takeoff and estimating solutions to customers in over 80 countries around the world and continues to grow in both geographic spread and commercial licences. Our globally renowned CostX® estimating software has grown exponentially in popularity since its first release in 2004 and is now taught in over 80 educational institutions around the world. More and more international companies are standardising Exactal and CostX® as a truly global estimating solution and the company will continue to expand the capabilities of its current products and introduce new products as necessary in order to satisfy its growing client base.
CEO Murray Freeman notes “Exactal continues to make its mark on global construction technology worldwide with this latest milestone of 11,000 commercial licence sales. As a key player in the international construction technology market we are committed to providing excellent software and service to our customers and have great plans for the future of the company as this growth continues”.
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Established in Brisbane, Australia in 2003 to develop software specifically for the quantity surveying and estimating market, Exactal has continued to expand its worldwide presence. It now has offices in Brisbane & Melbourne in Australia, London & Manchester in the UK, Auckland in New Zealand, Austin in the USA, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Singapore and Hong Kong. The company also has sales and channel partner support across much of the globe. The main product CostX® provides an integrated BIM and 2D on-screen measurement solution with a unique integration between the cost estimates and the elements on the drawing files that the estimate represents. This approach keeps estimates up to date and allows drawing revisions to be easily evaluated to eliminate traditional scope creep in construction projects.