Toronto, Canada, September 13, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Allied Technical Solutions (ATS), a division of Allied Technical Sales, announces a major overhaul of their Specification Information System, The ATS Spec Tool.
With these rebuilt tools, the ATS Spec Tool will enable Mechanical Engineers to build specs much faster. ATS will unveil the improvements to the ATS Spec Tool at the American Society for Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Expo at the Georgia World Trade Center in Atlanta, Georgia,
Visitors to the ATS booth #1656 at ASPE on October 1st and 2nd will be introduced to the Alpha version of the new software and have the chance to sign up to be the exclusive Beta-testers to preview the new ATS Spec Tool. The upgraded ATS Spec Tool will allow access to more leading manufacturers, enhanced A/E team collaboration and a new, interactive interface. With the new upgrades, ATS inspires to be the one-stop specification software for Architects and Engineers.
“For the last 10 years ATS has been connecting Engineers and Architects building project needs with product manufacturers in the plumbing and washroom industry-we now are ready to expand outside the washroom. We hope the ATS Spec Tool will be your single source for specification generation,” says Bill Petro, President of ATS.
ATS has been serving the community since 1969 and went online in 2007. In 1969, Lou Petro launched ATS with the mission of making specifications easier for architects, engineers, and the design community as a whole. ATS would compile manufacturers’ product binders into one ATS Master Specification Manual to make the lives of Mechanical Engineers easier. From there, the company grew and continued to innovate and create timesaving solutions for the design community.
Today, the ATS Spec Tool has been online for 10 years and has built over 60,000 project specifications and assisted over 35 000 users from an ever-growing design community throughout North America.
About Allied Technical Solutions:
The ATS Spec Tool is a free timesaving Software as a service (SaaS) that connects the design community and their building spec requirements with the world-class manufacturers’ products in the construction industry. Visit http://www.atsspec.com/signup-for-ats-spec-tool-beta to learn more.