AASHTOWare Project™ Marketing Update: New Resource Website Video, Webinars and More!

November 19, 2019

AASHTO Showcases New Resource Site with Video Overview

A new video overview is helping promote the launch of the new AASHTOWare Project user website. Focusing on integration, user control, and improved search functionality, the video dives into the major benefits of the new website. For those that haven’t visited aashtowareproject.org yet, it’s the one-stop shop for news, downloads, issue tracking, customer support, PUG resources, and more. New AASHTOWare Project users are encouraged to update their new user profile screen by clicking their name in the upper right corner and selecting “Profile.” Keeping your profile up to date will ensure you get the most relevant communication.

The AASHTOWare Webinar Series Continues

Last month we completed the webinar entitled “Implementing AASHTOWare Project Construction & Materials™ + AASHTOWare Project Mobile Tester™ Integration.” This webinar guided attendees through the implementation process and they received a take-home implementation checklist to help them implementation on their own.

Due to some technical difficulties with the webinar hosting platform, we were unable to conduct the live demo of AASHTOWare Project Mobile Tester. However, a recording of the AASHTOWare Project Mobile Tester demo – along with other recordings in this series – can be found by logging into aashtowareproject.org, navigating to Modules>AASHTOWare Project at A Glance and selecting AASHTOWare Project Webinars.

In 2020, this webinar series will add in several new topics:

February 20th: AASHTOWare Project Estimation™ Usage and Best Practices

April 7th: AASHTOWare Project Civil Rights and Labor™ Analysis


Stay tuned for the rest of the webinar series!


We Need Your Input on Future Webinars

Do you have a good idea for a webinar, or is there a topic you would like to learn more about? As we plan future webinars for the AASHTOWare Project Webinar Series, we’d love to know what topics you would like us to cover. If you have a suggestion, please email acarter@aashto.org.

If you have any questions about these new resources, don’t hesitate to reach out to your account manager.

By: Akeia Carter, Senior Marketing Specialist, AASHTO; Chad Schafer, Senior Director of Account Management & Technical Sales, Infotech

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