From a construction standpoint, ezNetPay is unlike other products on the market today, as it is specifically engineered for the project owner, but with the goal of equally improving the operational and contractual conditions of the contractor, too. Our solution affords the project owner the ability to have complete insight and ownership into the payment and administrative components of the construction project by building in as much transparency and access into the process of completing the project.
The eznetpay® product offers the following features:
For organizations with payables through service contracts, ezNetPay streamlines processes and removes administrative steps by creating an electronic portal to manage invoices, purchase orders, approval steps, and payments. Through enterprise transparency and standardization of business procedures, ezNetPay helps organization expand their buying power by capturing discounts through prompt payment.
Drew is a 30-plus year veteran of the technology industry. His broad background includes technical knowledge in predictive analytics and simulation. He also has substantial experience in marketing and sales developed in his career working with Texas Instruments Software (applications development tools), Siebel (global CRM software) and JD Edwards (Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software).
Drew has been involved in capital-raising efforts for numerous startup companies including ezNetPay. Recently, Drew applied his analytics experience to projects within the financial industry developing quantitative strategies, or “quants,” for hedge funds and RIAs.
Drew holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a master’s degree from Georgetown University. Drew, as a “numbers guy,” follows baseball at all levels and looks for pattern matching in emerging talent on the mound and at the plate.
Doug spent his entire 30-plus year construction career working for the Kiewit companies, an ENR Top 5 Contractor. He began his career as a laborer, carpenter, and an engineering intern. After graduating from Iowa State University, Doug started in Kiewit’s Denver district serving as a foreman responsible for scheduling, cost and safety. Through the next several years he held a variety of field assignments in Colorado and New Mexico. Between field assignments Doug was assigned as a lead estimator and district engineer in the Denver district. He also worked as a project engineer, office engineer, job superintendent and a job sponsor. All of these jobs required “knowing your costs.”
After a transfer to Kiewit Engineering in the corporate office, Doug worked as their estimating manager, responsible for reviewing large value estimates, scheduling estimators and estimates, as well as being the company representative at joint-venture meetings.
The last several years of his career Doug worked with the IT department, first as the Director of Enterprise Applications, and then as Project Controls Manager for Kiewit’s ERP (Enterprise Resource Platform) project. He also served as sponsor for the get-work team. In this role he helped in the decision process for new software and hardware for the ERP system. After the rollout of the ERP system, Doug was assigned as an area manager on the Continuous Improvement Team.
Wayne was born and raised in rural western Iowa. After graduating from high school, he spent five years undergoing formal technical training in Des Moines, Iowa, at United Electronic Institute and the electrical JATC. For eight years, he worked with and supervised the installation of an early-stage computerized facility technology with Johnson Controls while taking business classes on a part-time basis. In 1983, the entrepreneurial urge caused him to carve a new career path based upon independence, ideas and risk-taking instead of corporate bureaucracy and stability.
Wayne is the founder, President and CEO of CI3, a company that furnishes turnkey building technology systems and software solutions to Midwestern companies. The company has offices in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Kansas City, Omaha, Sioux City and the Quad Cities. CI3 has been a part of many changes in the technology business and has recently become an employee-owned company. The company employs 120 team members.
John founded ezNetPay, LLC after he observed the need in the construction process for a better way to manage payments, obtain lien waivers and manage materials stored procedures. John is the inventor of ezNetPay’s principal Patent and he has obtained numerous patents for other payment processes.
John has more than 25 years of experience as an engineer in mechanical/plumbing/electrical design and construction industry. John’s construction credentials include: Certified Plumbing Designer, Licensed Professional Engineer, Certified Welder, Certified Pipe Fitter, and Master and Journeyman Plumber.
John is the originator of ZeroNet, LLC an energy efficient building system. He is also the patent holder of the Innovative Kitchen Island with Maytag Corporation. John is known to have a passion for everything that he does.
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The iSqFt Network connects general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and architects. It’s these connections that open the lines of communication, streamlines processes and helps everyone work more efficiently.
ezNetPay® saved us enough money to put new desks in the new school we paid for with ezNetPay®.Janelle MarotzSchool District of Beloit
ezNetPay® is a great payment tool.David NicholsonLinn-Mar Public Schools