Category: Best Practices

Uncertain Times Call for Construction Technology Growth

Shoring up Contractors’ Technology and Processes Ahead of Potential Downturn Can Be a Powerful Positioning Tool

/ April 2, 2019

Why It’s Critical to Have a Sound Cybersecurity Strategy

It wasn’t all that long ago that data security was something that most of us took for granted. The idea of someone stealing your money, compromising your identity or hijacking your files was reserved to physical crimes like burglaries, muggings...

/ March 13, 2019
Generic ERPs don't always allow field reporting.

Project Readiness Quiz: Is Your Company Prepared?

Five minutes — that’s all it takes to see if your projects are ready for today’s modern demands. Take the quiz below! Note: This quiz was originally created for contractors in the Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific markets. If you...

/ March 6, 2019

Setting Up Implementation Training for Successful Technology Adoption

Have you ever implemented new software, trained the whole company and then less than a month later your end users are complaining they either haven’t been trained, they don’t remember the training, or they simply can’t use the new program?...

/ March 5, 2019
Construction workers on jobsite with cranes.

State of the Construction Industry: February Roundup

Worker safety, adapting to change and technology and innovation driving the future of the construction industry were some of the themes we saw highlighted in industry news throughout February. As construction continues to navigate at a Jekyll and Hyde sort...

/ February 28, 2019

How Interstate Electrical Services Became a Leader in Lean Construction

Editor’s note: The following blog post is an article by one of our clients, Billerica, Mass.-based Interstate Electrical Services. The article originally ran in Construction Dive on Feb. 12 and is being re-run here with permission from both Interstate Electrical...

/ February 21, 2019