Read How Mobile Technologies can Dramatically Improve Construction Operations
Construction companies know they need to tap into the digital revolution but, to date, have been unable to, to any significant degree. A survey from PlanGrid and FMI found that more than 35 percent of the time of construction professionals is spent on non-productive activities including looking for project information and dealing with mistakes and rework. And, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index survey found that a bare 11 percent of contractors say worksites are very efficient.
Digitizing processes and data and allowing for collaboration in the field and with the office using mobile technology will make existing workers highly efficient and offer other tremendous benefits to construction firms. In addition, investing in mobile technology can help make site workers more productive amid the industry's labor shortage, overcoming a key challenge in the industry and favorably impacting the bottom line.
Practical Steps for Digital Construction Sites at Your Organization
This white paper looks into the business and technical challenges that have held construction companies back, offers a compelling case for moving to digital, and offers practical advice for making digitized construction sites a reality at your organization.
The reasons construction companies have been slow to adopt digital technologies
Combatting construction's biggest challenge with digital and mobile technology
Initial steps you can take towards a digital construction sites for your organization
Should you build or buy digital technologies - 8 critical criteria to consider