Port Of Portland Selects Aurigo Masterworks Project Management Software


The Port of Portland, Oregon, America’s fourth largest export port on the west coast, has selected Aurigo Masterworks as its new capital project portfolio management software, that will be deployed over the cloud.

The Port of Portland encompasses four marine terminals, five industrial parks and three airports, including PDX. The Port’s industrial and business parks are home to over 300 firms, which generate in excess of 31,000 jobs. The Port’s capital programs over the planning cycle run into billions of dollars.

Aurigo Masterworks will replace all of the Port’s legacy programs for construction planning and program management.

[Image courtesy: Port of Portland]

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