AECA Announces Partnership with StructShare

AECA Announces Partnership with StructShare

Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association partners with StructShare to help electrical contractors  effectively manage procurement and materials in the uncertain supply chain era 

(The following is a longer post from the press release distributed on September 29, 2022. View PRNewswire release.)

AUSTN, Texas and ATLANTA, Sep 29, 2022 -- StructShare, the leading provider of purchasing and material management software, today announced a partnership with Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association (AECA), the innovative National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA) chapter for the Atlanta region. StructShare will grant special offers to AECA members to enhance effectiveness and accelerate supply chain management and cost tracking.

“We seek partnerships with those contractor-focused vendors who we can rely on to offer the best to our members,” says Joey Shorter, Executive Director of the AECA.

With a history of StructShare working with AECA members, AECA partnership with StructShare provides their members special access to StructShare’s material management and purchasing software. Using StructShare, AECA members can streamline the entire purchasing cycle, connecting the office, the field, the warehouse, and their suppliers on a centralized, mobile, and cloud-based platform.

StructShare, a fully digital solution for purchasing and materials management, makes an antiquated and cumbersome process much easier for the field and office. 

According to NECA, processing a PO costs $42 for a contractor. Taking into consideration the amount of POs commonly generated by electrical contractors, this adds up to an undebatable pain that must be solved. Using StructShare, electrical contractors like AECA member Cariboo Industrial Electric, have been able to immediately maximize efficiency by eliminating double entry and overhead as well as providing inventory visibility, seamless cost tracking, and preventing errors across the entire workflow. StructShare’s customers see significant cost savings with fewer ordering errors, less waste, and streamlined pricing comparison.

StructShare is a powerful purposely-built solution that offers end-to-end procurement, materials, inventory, and costs management  With StructShare’s deep integration with partners, the system is flexible and can be used with or without centralizing purchasing as the system is built upon permission levels per project and provides the ability to maintain an internal company database.

“After working with the AECA team and members for a long time, I am excited to officially establish the partnership and provide the members with a tailored solution to their needs.” StructShare Co-Founder and CPO, Or Lakritz.

“Our members will benefit greatly from this relationship,” adds Shorter. “We provide our members access to resources that will help them thrive in their business and are thrilled to provide access to StructShare to them.”

AECA also provides members with other benefits and services such as safety classes, professional and leadership development, education and training, as well as network events and more. Members have a record of providing quality, cost-effective services for the industry. 

“We are honored to be a part of AECA,” states StructShare CEO and co-founder, Arik Davidi. “We’ve enjoyed the work with our Atlanta-area customers and look forward to bringing the same success to others in the region.”

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About Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association (AECA) www.atlantaelectrical.org

The Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association (AECA) is the leading, professional trade association representing, promoting, and advancing the electrical contracting industry in Georgia since 1929. AECA leads the industry in the practical application of new and emerging technologies in the construction industry and the public it serves.

AECA members are electrical contractors who work in all aspects of electrical construction. Our membership is comprised of over 100 electrical contracting firms, service providers, and suppliers.

We are one of 119 chapters affiliated with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) representing over 70,000 electrical contracting firms and employing over 650,000 electrical workers. The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is the voice of the $171 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the U.S.

About StructShare www.StructShare.com

StructShare, an end-to-end purchasing and materials management solution designed for specialty contractors, streamlines the entire procurement cycle from field requisitions, approval flows, POs, RFQs, through deliveries and invoice reconciliation. StructShare easily integrates into your current systems and connects the field, office, warehouse and suppliers on an intuitive workflow that eliminates double entry, reordering and billing mistakes while helping to control job costing, track material prices, manage inventory, and more.

StructShare has development teams in Israel and sales, service, and marketing servicing the United States, Canada, and Australia. Visit StructShare.com/request-demo to learn more and see the solution in action.

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