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10-17-2008 03:02 PM
I am looking for a specialty contractor, we are a glass and glazing subcontractor, who is currently using Autodesk Subcontractor. We currently use ProLog and wanted to know if Subcontractor would be less complicated and more suited to a subcontractor.
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Re: Subcontractor

11-12-2008 08:26 AM in reply to: ACOLEVGC
We have many Glass contractor’s using the Autodesk Subcontractor product today. The Autodesk Subcontractor product is less complicated than Prolog since it is designed from the specialty contractors perspective and workflow. The product has been in the market for over 14 years and only sold to specialty contractors.
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Re: Subcontractor

10-08-2009 06:32 AM in reply to: ACOLEVGC
Hi. I was reading through some threads regarding Autodesk Subcontractor. I can't find any links to the product anymore.
Do you know if it is still available?
Do you use it?
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Re: Subcontractor

10-08-2009 03:01 PM in reply to: ACOLEVGC
The Subcontractor Help desk number is:

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