In the section software for craftsmen, construction software, software for craftsmen, craftsmen software you will find industry software that is specifically designed for craftsmen industries. This includes, for example, industry software for building construction and civil engineering, the electrical trade, bakers, roofers, car repair shops or carpenters. Special solutions are also offered for the building trade (e.g. construction diary, construction calculation or tender software) or hairdressers and scaffolding. Under the heading of general craftsman software, you will find solutions that are generally suitable for use in construction and craftsman businesses.
The solutions listed here are general solutions that are tailored to the requirements of companies in the main and ancillary construction trades.
Bake stores, bakeries, coffee shops and confectioneries will find an up-to-date overview of industry software that maps typical processes, including cash register connections and branch operations.
Overview of industry-specific and industry-neutral POS software solutions and POS systems for retail and hospitality.
Current market overview of software for butchers, butcher shops and party service operators. The solutions map the typical processes such as cutting costing, inventory, etc.
Car workshops, repair services and other workshops will find programs in this current overview that map the typical operating processes in the industry.
This section contains a current overview of software for carpenters and carpentry including features such as measurement creation with overmeasurement function, graphical representations of roof trusses and much more.
Listed here is current software for construction companies for the main construction trade (building construction, civil engineering and road construction) as well as for architects and engineers working in this field.
This market overview shows current construction costing software for the costing or calculation of individual construction services.
Here you will find a list of current software solutions that support builders and construction management in documenting or keeping the construction diary.
Here you will find a current compilation of programs and forms on the subject of DIN 276 or costing according to DIN 276 in structural engineering and civil engineering.
Here, dry wallers can find suitable industry software that supports all typical business processes such as measurement calculation, costing, etc.
The software listed here for the electrical trade, electricians and electrical installers includes solutions for both electrical planning and electrical engineering.
Current market overview of industry solutions for glazieries, glass facade construction, glass trade, etc.. The software supports all typical industry workflows and processes.
Listed here are software solutions for the SHK industry (sanitary - heating - air conditioning) and for ventilation contractors.
The industry software listed here is aimed, among others, at landscaping companies, garden centres and cemetery garden centres.
In this section you will find a market overview of construction software and tradesmen software for a wide variety of trades, such as scaffolding.
Painters, plasterers and stuccoers will find in this section an up-to-date market overview of suitable industry software for mapping common operational processes.
Listed here are industry solutions for plumbers and tinsmiths that fully support the specific processes of the industry.
This market overview shows industry software for print stores, print service providers, in-house print stores, lettershops and direct mail service providers.
Current market overview of software for companies in the fields of renovation, building restoration, reconstruction and damage restoration.
In this section you will find current industry solutions for roofers and roofing companies that depict the creation of quotations, measurements, order confirmations, etc.
Here tilers, interior decorators and floor layers can find suitable up-to-date software for mapping their operational requirements.