Construction RFP (request for proposal) software should create a single source of truth while allowing integrations to maximize value for your company.
When Toronto-based construction management company, Deltera, began work on a luxury condominium complex near its downtown headquarters, the team’s business processes were based largely on manual inputting. This eventually led to a number of issues … about How Deltera Used Technology to Take Downtown Toronto to New Heights
In the span of a generation, many construction industry design and management processes have been transformed. For the most part, people just want technologies that are tried, tested, and proven. But sometimes a ‘disruptive’ technology … about Construction Software – Why Everyone Can’t Agree (and what to do about it)
Tracking productivity on construction projects is a game changer. However, getting it right is not instantaneous. Sadly, many contractors do not realize how much low productivity costs them.
In construction technology, construction management solutions put this question to the test. Let’s look at some common pricing models for capital planning or construction software.
The majority of project teams on site today still utilize outdated processes—even though there are plenty of technology solutions available to automate them and vastly improve the workload. The reasons for this lagging adoption vary, … about Investing in Construction Technology: What You Need to Know
It’s not likely you’ll win everything you tender on, but using a laser-like focus means you’ll tender on more work you are likely to win. Here’s what’s behind construction tendering and how tendering websites can … about Best Construction Tendering Websites
Construction may not experience the extent of fraud seen in sectors like healthcare and finance, but the fraudulent activities that do happen in C&E still take a fairly significant bite.
Ever since construction entered the modern age, people have tried many methods and tools to create construction schedules that work. Here are familiar ones with their pros and cons.
Tech Adoption is the Make or Break Component of Your Software. Here are 5 Ways to Get Your Staff Onboard: