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Were you prepared? ENR’s take on Construction Management during a pandemic.
Our take on ENR's "Cloud Infrastructure Keeps Firms Afloat During Coronavirus Pandemic" article
Construction Payments: Turning a Negative into a Positive - Part II
Continuing the conversation about the impact late payments have in the construction industry, Nicholas Johson shares yet another post with his take and lessons learned. Don't miss his Part II post!
Construction Payments: Turning a Negative into a Positive
Nicholas Johnson, Business Executive for Higher Ed at e-Builder: His take on how speed matters.
The Cookie Conundrum: Don’t Just Automate, Innovate!
Put your technology to work!
Regional User Group - South Florida
Regional User Groups or "RUG's" are meetings in which e-Builder's users interact with each other exchanging experiences and best practices in an informal and uplifting environment
Speed, simply put.
Final post in a 4-week conversation about the importance late payments have in the construction industry, globally; we now bring the solution to table: PMIS or Project Management Information System
Speed builds trust - Owners and contractors steps to a successful relationship
A well-crafted McKinsey & Company article furthers the point that owners and Contractors must have a relationship built on trust.
Speed still matters. Improving capital efficiency literally pays off.
A recent study from PwC also supports that poor cash flow management impacts companies from all industries, globally.
Speed Matters - Reduce Payment Time From Months to Days
A brief by Construction Dive highlights that average payment times of 51 days to contractors cost in excess of $64 billion per year. e-Builder clients have a different story to tell.
New Construction Report Reveals the “Data Ownership Battle” Between Project Owners and Contractors
In this report learn the tug of war battle between owners and their contractors for project data and how Trimble's Connected Construction gets them on the same page!
Are you winning the project management race?
Test your capital project management knowledge! Are you lapping the field.
6 Ideas to Improve Your Next Technology Project’s Adoption
You can set up a system that looks great and is easy to use, and performs your business functions exactly to your specifications, but, if no one uses it, you won’t realize 1 cent of your investment.
#4: Program Transparency - 6 ROI Indicators of Owner-Centric PMIS
PMIS allows government agencies to automatically track and put controls in place to stay within and prove compliance.
10 Hotspots in Government Contracting
Onvia, a company that delivers data, business intelligence, analytics and tools to government organizations, about the Top 10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2016.
Why School Boards Should Invest in Construction Management Software
In the United States alone, there are more than 13,000 school districts that spend 50 Billion dollars on school construction each year.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit #6: Collaborate to Accelerate
Owners must collaborate and engage all stakeholders inside and outside the organization—a particularly important habit as a project moves from the virtual environment to the jobsite.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit 3 “Automate to Operate”
The habit that best-in-class owners of capital projects have figured out is to automate as much of the things that steal their time as possible so they can reapply their time.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit 4 “Win-Win & Pay Fast”
Best-in-class owners have driven time and overhead out of their process for getting contractors paid and are delivering funds in mere days.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit #5: Empathize, Adapt & Overcome
Borrow from the lessons learned by military strategists for hundreds of years: empathize, adapt and overcome.
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