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Canadian developer SkyPower has chosen Siterra Corp., a provider of Web-based software designed to manage geographically distributed capital asset programs, as its provider of choice to assist in data management tasks associated with its projects.

"Siterra provides SkyPower with a corporate-wide standard for how information is distributed," says Charmaine Thompson, vice president of project management at SkyPower. "It also offers best practices for project execution and proof of completion for overall development deliverables."

Siterra says its solutions are designed to help keep projects on track and within budget using a set of workflow-driven collaboration tools for task execution, reporting, document control, asset tracking and lease management.

For more information, visit siterra.com.

SOURCE: Siterra Corp.


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