Release Updates

Eos Navigator: What We’ve Been Up To…

  Interest in Eos Navigator, our next generation estimate management system, is increasing as the number of Sage Estimating clients migrating to Sage Estimating SQL continues to rise. 

New Navigator Product Manager: Greg Bloom

With increased market interest in Sage Estimating SQL, we are focusing our attention on Eos Navigator, our next generation estimate management system that replaces Eos Explorer. Greg

Events

Advancing Preconstruction & Estimating 2018

We hope to see you at this year’s Advancing Building Estimation Conference in Dallas. With 50 industry experts presenting, this year’s conference will be packed

Eos Navigator

Eos Navigator 1.8 Released

Today Eos Group, Inc. announces the latest release of Eos Navigator, version 1.8.109. Eos Navigator is a collaborative solution for managing projects and estimates at

Empowering You and Your Estimates

At Eos Group, our goal isn’t to sell you cookie-cutter software that may or may not work for you. We partner with you as your trusted advisor to help

Free Slew

Hong Kong is beginning to recover from Typhoon Hato this week. Many of us were fascinated by the video coverage of cranes swinging in 175+

News

Migrating our Infrastructure to Azure

Martin Howell, Eos Group’s IT Director, talks to Evan and Sujit from The Azure Podcast about how he migrated our IT infrastructure to Azure. Click here to

5 Construction Estimating Trends to Watch

I recently was on the road for four weeks exhibiting at and attending some of the most informative construction technology conferences today: BuiltWorlds in Chicago, Advancing Building Estimation in

Eos Navigator

Eos Navigator 1.7.16 Released

Today Eos Group, Inc. announces the latest release of Eos Navigator, version 1.7.16. Eos Navigator is a collaborative solution for managing projects and estimates at

They Never Forget the First Number

Let’s face it. We are all biased. Bias stems from our past and our current environment. It influences our future. Bias shapes the way we

Project History Cheat Sheet

Everyone has individual cheat sheets. They’re usually Microsoft Excel workbooks that are updated every so often. Estimators create cheat sheets because either there isn’t a central database, or there isn’t one that