COINS ERP Software


 

COINS develops, implements and supports enterprise resource planning software for the construction industry. The company has been in business for nearly 40 years, working with construction companies across the U.S.

The COINS construction system offers a full suite of accounting, job cost, human capital management and service management modules in a modern web-based system. It is designed for midsize to large firms and can be used by nearly any construction division or trade, from MEP to general to industrial.

As part of its system, COINS modules include accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, job cost, service management, payroll, HR, equipment management, CRM, BIM, project management and procurement.

Capabilities include construction-specific functionality, such as certified payroll, OSHA reporting, crew based time entry, RFIs, compliance tracking, managing work orders, unit price and AIA billing. 

Document management and workflow help to streamline processes and eliminate paper, while mobile applications allow users to capture data in the field. Dashboards and reporting allow users to track KPIs and easily dig into the supporting data. 

 

COINS - Project home page
 
  • COINS - Project home page
    Project home page
  • COINS - Labor hours
    Labor hours
  • COINS - Schedule and dispatch
    Schedule and dispatch
  • COINS - Reports and inquiries
    Reports and inquiries
  • COINS - Location summary
    Location summary
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Unix

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Brynne from Lansdowne Construction LLC
Specialty: General contractor
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

January 2017

January 2017

COINS

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Working for a general contractor in construction, I find COINS to be a very useful tool. It is great for record keeping as well as creating custom reports - all of which are very important for project managing. The software is rather user-friendly, as long as you put in an effort to learn how to properly use it. This can be done easily via tutorials provided. The customer service is also great and I found they are eager to help when needed. COINS best use in my opinion is that it helps with managing all costs associated with the project. It gives you a good analysis of expenses, budgets, projections, etc. all of which help project managers be more efficient.

Pros

Cost Management.

Cons

Sometimes COINS can be a bit slow.

 
 
 
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Bill from NG Bailey

July 2017

July 2017

Single focus software that completes its tasks as designed

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Pros

Has the functionality for reporting and data storage that works well in a business and construction based environment.
Nice design with good accessibility.
Unix based softwares are fast and reliable.

Cons

Can be difficult to understand and the documentation isn't the most well detailed for the type of software.
Support can be lacking in certain areas.

Source: Capterra
 

Victoria from NG Bailey
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

February 2017

February 2017

Mind blowing software

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I use this on a regular basis to raise requisitions, GRN and check the ledger. It is not the most easy piece of software to use. You can easily get lost in the menus and forget which buttons to press

Pros

A lot of mouse work isnt required

Cons

Not the easiest software to use. Not very intuitive and very confusing at times

Source: Capterra