Integrated Marketing Systems Expands Technology to Integrate 20 Years of A/E/C Data

…the rise of P3 projects, shows us that though the steps in the process are shrinking, those in the A/E/C industry need more information and need it much earlier to be successful. IMS has now enhanced this important advantage for our clients.

Integrated Marketing Systems (IMS), a premiere research firm specializing in advance notice public project information for architecture, engineering and construction (A/E/C) firms, announced today that they launched technology that optimizes research capabilities for clients. This proprietary technology broadens access and makes it easier to navigate and connect IMS’s massive database, spanning more than 20 years of projects in 40 states plus all five U.S. territories. IMS’s database also includes future projects in these territories up to five years ahead of the bid process.

Clients now have access to decades of past project information and years of advance notice information in one platform, including: bond issues, RFPs/RFQs, CIPs, agency information, local and national news articles, award notifications, and information on each project in each territory. As a veteran research firm in this sector, IMS started in 1991 with the insight that architects, engineers and contractors needed the most accurate, and the earliest, pre-RFP notices of public project opportunities in order to ensure a competitive position in bidding for public sector work. IMS’s latest technological development strengthens clients’ position with their competitors, allowing them access to the only database of its kind in the marketplace.

“We are excited to launch this new technology that has been years in the making,” said Nick Benore, president of IMS. “The value of information cannot be understated in a time where the industry is changing so rapidly. Looking at just one of these changes, the rise of P3 projects, shows us that though the steps in the process are shrinking, those in the A/E/C industry need more information and need it much earlier to be successful. IMS has now enhanced this important advantage for our clients.”

In addition to traditional Internet sources of information, IMS’s research team has relationships with tens of thousands of public agencies in the U.S. As such, IMS research staff…

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