Limited Integration Prevents Use of Technology in Construction.

Construction has consistently lagged behind other industries in the use of technology.  This is starting to change, as seen in the 2015 Construction Technology Survey conducted by JBKnowledge Inc.  62% of respondents to the survey reported that they were using between 3-6 mobile apps daily. The adoption of technology represents an opportunity to reign in […]

Written by Touchplan | July 14, 2016

Construction has consistently lagged behind other industries in the use of technology.  This is starting to change, as seen in the 2015 Construction Technology Survey conducted by JBKnowledge Inc.  62% of respondents to the survey reported that they were using between 3-6 mobile apps daily. The adoption of technology represents an opportunity to reign in some elusive project costs.

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Expensive decisions made in the field with out dated information could be avoided if projects had better integration of information through technology.

Part of the problem stems from an over reliance on static spreadsheets. These findings highlight a need for construction software companies to provide more integration across systems, and also point to a need for contractors to use more software across projects.

There is the potential for an incredible profitability boost if contractors and subs would increase their reliance on integrated tech solutions. What is your team doing to become more efficient at sharing data?

You can go here for more information on the 2012 Construction Technology Survey.

Click here if you would like to know how Touchplan can help you capture some of your elusive project costs.

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