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CMCS inks reseller partnerships with Nomitech

As per the agreement, CMCS will be allowed to resell CostOS software in the Middle East.

CMCS inks reseller partnerships with Nomitech
Tolis Chatzisymeon, CEO, Nomitech.

CMCS, a project management information systems firm, has recently been awarded with a reseller partnership agreement with Nomitech, a provider of cost estimating software.

The agreement will see CMCS reselling CostOS software in the region, a complete estimation platform designed to aid businesses become more competitive.  

Tolis Chatzisymeon, CEO, Nomitech Ltd., said: "A recognized leader in providing both services and tools to their customers, CMCS has now given them the power to completely manage their costs efficiently.

He added: "By partnering with Nomitech, CMCS can deliver both world-class software and top-quality cost management services. It is a unique opportunity for both companies to expand their businesses further, offering unique products and services in the Middle East."

CostOS comes ebedded with a 2D, building information model (BIM), and geographic information system (GIS) with take-off modules that aid in creating accurate and on-the-fly measurements.

Bassam Samman, CEO, CMCS, said: "We understand that the cost estimating process is vital for every project-related company and CostOS software's seamless functionality will address the estimation requirements of major sectors such as Oil & Gas, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contracting, Construction, and Mining."

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