Momentum Will Persist For Several More Quarters, Contractors Should Stay Vigilant as Longer-term Inflationary Pressures Build Be the first to find out what economic trends will directly affect your bottom line in commercial and industrial construction next year. On Dec. 12, Construction Executive’s 2019 Construction Economic Forecast will be presented by Anirban Basu, the chief […]
As contractors continue to embrace technology, and the amount they spend on it increases, the question of how to properly allocate the cost of that technology has become much more prevalent.
Client relationship management (CRM) tools are being adopted at a record pace in construction. In this competitive market, firms using manual and outdated ways to manage relationships are at risk of being a commodity.
This presentation will address important questions regarding the selection and usage of a CRM in construction, along with ROI points you may have never considered.
Technology is changing the way we do business, and the way your bills are received and paid is no exception. Automating this process saves your company significant time and cuts costs by 60 percent or more—not to mention how convenient it is for employees who are constantly in the field. Join us for this interactive […]
See what 2018 holds for the construction industry and the economy as the United States recovers from natural disasters, tackles its aging infrastructure problems and addresses major workforce shortages.
Reserve your seat to become your company’s local expert on VDC! Learn ways to help your company implement processes for success and overhaul existing ones.
With electronic payments, your vendors can get paid faster and more accurately with excellent remittance details. Your team and vendors also can go online to see the status of payments, giving you greater visibility into your processes. Additionally, ePayments reduce your susceptibility to late fees.
Join us for this webinar to discover the top 3 benefits construction companies can receive from automating: the ability to grow construction revenue without increasing overhead, minimizing the risk of check fraud and increasing the security around payments, and reduced operating costs by 60%, or more.
What does a modern construction company look like? Although the basic physical act of building and maintaining hasn’t changed over time, the way construction companies operate has very much changed. We’d like to personally invite you to explore how 12 construction companies deployed technology to help them modernize, run more efficiently and effectively.