Since 1978 Construction Computer Software (CCS) has focused on developing solutions that accurately represent how construction, mining, industrial, civils, power and other related companies control real-world projects through the specialised occupations that manage them.
Due to the exceptional capabilities of the Candy software, and the ability to provide the necessary information quickly and effectively, CCS experienced natural growth within the mining and other industrial sectors over the last few years. As a result, CCS Mining & Industrial (CCSMI) was established in 2012 to focus the company’s products on the mining, minerals, and renewable energy industries. CCSMI is suitably staffed with experienced employees to ensure that it provides the best service and support possible to its client base.
The CCSMI team is comprised of experienced industry professionals. Interaction between users and system designers is encouraged to ensure the solutions stay abreast of user requirements and developing industry trends.
Our Current Users
More than 730 contracting, mining, and consulting companies, using over 7500 Candy systems in 54 countries, have chosen our software. It’s what makes Candy the preferred project estimating and control software in Southern Africa, Africa, Western Europe, Australasia and the Middle East – with strong growth in South East Asia, North America, West and North Africa.
Candy installations are serviced by six CCS offices worldwide, and distributors and toll-free telephone support in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates (Dubai).
Our Expert Support
Our users have access to a permanent telephone help line that offers expert assistance to users needing to perform complex or unfamiliar tasks. System experts are also available by email and fax.
Courses on various topics are run regularly and can be arranged to be in our training facilities, on-site or at the users’ premises.
The system is continually being adjusted and extended to comply with changing conditions in the construction industry, new computer technology and user requirements.