Rethink Resource Planning: A guide to optimizing construction resource management

In construction, your productivity determines your bottom line. As a result, it becomes easy to fixate your firm’s efforts on time—the most quantifiable measure of productivity—but is this focus coming at the expense of other components of your enterprise? In other words, are you considering the effect of resources—and their management—on your overall productivity?

This eBook is an opportunity to explore how a proactive resource planning tool is the key to addressing both your firm’s—and the construction industry’s—wider productivity challenge. Use this guide to audit your own firm’s resource planning practices by weighing them against the best strategies and latest technologies in resource planning.

5 Factors that Distinguish a High Performance Construction Field Solution

Private construction is a $954.8 billion industry tools simply don’t maximize the value and “So many companies put band-aids on business that employs 6 million people in America. But despite the enormous economic opportunity available to construction companies developing projects in the United States and abroad, many find themselves trying to complete new projects and close new business with project management processes that haven’t changed since 1990.

Paper and email-based projects may have gotten the job done back then, but now those output of your construction teams. And even if your company has adopted some software and applications here and there that helped you organize your projects, you still aren’t tapping into your team’s full potential. Shifting project requirements, human error and inefficient deployment of resources may lead your team to miss out on potential operational advantages that would help them reach sales and project goals faster.

Software Vendor M&A and the Risks to Your Business

Private construction is a $954.8 billion industry tools simply don’t maximize the value and “So many companies put band-aids on business that employs 6 million people in America. But despite the enormous economic opportunity available to construction companies developing projects in the United States and abroad, many find themselves trying to complete new projects and close new business with project management processes that haven’t changed since 1990.

Paper and email-based projects may have gotten the job done back then, but now those output of your construction teams. And even if your company has adopted some software and applications here and there that helped you organize your projects, you still aren’t tapping into your team’s full potential. Shifting project requirements, human error and inefficient deployment of resources may lead your team to miss out on potential operational advantages that would help them reach sales and project goals faster.

Unified vs. Standalone Management Software

Like your peers in the construction industry, you may be on the lookout for the optimal project management solution. There are two major approaches to consider, and the wrong choice could cause long-term damage to your business. To lower initial investment, many executives begin their search for a stand-alone project management solution without considering the very real, long-term value of software that unifies project management with financials.