We’ve all heard that adding technology to the construction project mix increases productivity, saves time and saves money. But experience doesn’t always back that up. Why not? Insights from ARC’s annual Design and Construction Market Intelligence Report debunk these three common myths about technology’s impact on construction.
Nearly 95.5% of data currently being collected by engineering and construction firms goes unused or unanalyzed according to a 2018 FMI study. Turning this untapped data into business intelligence requires a strategic data mining plan that aligns with your company’s KPI’s and is championed by key stakeholders throughout your organization. Contrary to popular belief, it all begins with consistent field reporting.
Find out how the right mass notification tool can keep workers well-informed and safe, and improve the ROI for construction companies both large and small.
Best practices and practicable tips for your company’s branding, social media and creating content creation; plus increasing your website presence. A consistent brand is key.
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 In this competitive market, firms using manual and outdated ways to manage relationships are at risk of being a commodity.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.
Telematics – the technology of sending vehicle data – sounds exciting, but is it useful for construction fleets? In this webinar, Tenna will explain how telematics can be used by a wide variety of construction companies in both passenger and heavy-duty commercial vehicles to help coordinate fleets, minimize maintenance costs and improve safety.
There’s no denying it: drones have made their way into the construction industry. And they are here to stay. Today’s drones pack a big punch, helping project managers, superintendents, field engineers and virtual design + construction (VDC) teams build instant ROI with jobsite-ready maps and models. Time and again, drones save money, reduce downtime and improve safety on construction projects.
Technology is transforming our industry, and it’s not too late to get on board with top tech trends that could make or break your company’s strategies in 2019 and beyond.
Best Tech for Construction Executives: Bring Ease and Peace of Mind to Your Business Processes and Decisions
Bring ease and peace of mind to your business processes and decisions with the best-in-class technology, and gain tips for top leaders and executives at construction companies.
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.