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BUSINESS REPORT SCHEDULING BUILDING WORK


NSR Management, like many other businesses, have been working from home and still demonstrating they are industry leaders. The team are so proud to announce they have been awarded the Best Online Construction Estimation & Quotation System: MTC QS by SME News, as well as being recognised as Best Practise 2020 by The Parliamentary Review. The National Schedules have become the industry standard


used by a variety of public and private clients. The Schedule of Rates is a pre-priced list of typical maintenance tasks that can be used together to calculate the value of repairs and maintenance works. NSR Management produces a range


The type of clients who are benefiting from using NSR


systems includes local authorities, NHS Trusts, Network Rail, Government bodies, Tesco and many more. NSR Management also produces training


programmes which run alongside individual schedules to help the user to improve their knowledge on the schedules, plus a variety of training courses including one-to-one, group training, online & Zoom training.


‘THE NATIONAL


of ten different schedules that encompass repairs and maintenance works for building, electrical, mechanical services, highways, painting and decoration, housing and access and adaptations works. The Building, Mechanical and Electrical Schedules follow the rules laid out in SMM7 (Standard Method of Measurement of Building Works) and with the introduction of the RICS New Rules of Measurement, NSR now also produce versions to follow NRM2. NSR Management’s bespoke built software MTC QS is a time


saving online estimating and quotation system, that is used by the construction industry for pricing maintenance and refurbishment works. MTC QS houses the Schedule of Rates data and it takes the effort out of finding prices, managing contracts and producing estimates and invoices, as well as having reporting tools.


SCHEDULES HAVE BECOME THE INDUSTRY


STANDARD USED BY A VARIETY OF CLIENTS’


Visit: www.nsrm.co.uk


Bespoke solutions for your automation needs


At Progressive Bits we specialise in the architecture, design and implementation of automation systems, processes and software. We pride ourselves on the innovation and quality of our solutions, finding ingenious methods to resolve complex problems.


What we mean by automation Automation covers a wide area, but we specialise in software or process automation rather than mechanical/robotics or other forms of automation.


What can be automated Almost anything can be automated but in essence what we automate are processes, software and virtualised hardware.


Our areas of automation


• Process Automation - The automation of processes with minimal user intervention.


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• Infrastructure - The automation of provisioning software and virtual hardware including cloud and edge.


• DevOps - The automation of software building, testing and delivery.


Automation Tools These days there are lots of tools available for us to use that assist in automation, configuration management and orchestration of our systems and infrastructure. However, these 'off-the-shelf' products rarely provide a complete solution and individual business requirements may need


some bespoke scripting or software development. At Progressive Bits we can develop this infrastructure to streamline your business.


Delivery We are engineers with in depth knowledge and experience of building and hosting applications of all sizes through to large-scale public systems. From development through to production, your business is in capable hands.


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