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It’s an unfortunate fact that many contractors don’t view software and technology as priorities in their office work processes. They continue to use manual methods for making payments and managing subcontractor compliance documents.

Fortunately, these productivity “pain points” can now be inexpensively automated. By using GCPay in an existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, contractors can eliminate the burdens of never-ending email trails, error-prone spreadsheets, inconsistent lien waivers, forgotten compliance documents and manual check writing.

GCPay is a cloud-based platform designed to improve efficiencies and increase transparency and communication between the general contractor and subcontractor.

It is the leading product on the market that enables the seamless automation of invoices and lien waivers. As a result, a construction company can easily track its entire workflow of contract and lien waiver documentation, as well as electronically process payment applications.

Nearly 800 general contractors are already using the product, and the number is growing. GCPay makes everything easier.

The platform reduces what used to take hours down to mere minutes. Before GCPay, Dome Construction painstakingly entered its invoice data by hand. Today, that’s all changed. “What once took days, now literally takes zero time because it’s already done in GCPay,” says Carmina Cardenas, Dome’s billing supervisor.

Subcontractors are benefitting from the platform as well—today, some 25,000 subcontractors use the product.

Product Highlights

GCPay’s cloud-based platform makes managing subcontractor payments, lien waivers and other compliance documents a snap by eliminating delays caused by burdensome manual work processes. That’s important, as payment processes can represent more than 75% of a project’s cash outflow.

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