The right software can make the difference between having a profitable project and losing money.
Contractors know that being able to predict and prepare for variances in costs or schedules is essential to the profitability, cash flow and—in extreme cases—the viability of projects. However, reliable forecasting is a complex and multidimensional process that is difficult, if not impossible, with manual or out-of-date systems.
Scott Jennings, P.E., principal of SJ Construction Consulting, LLC, has over 25 years of experience working with hundreds of contractors across the country. “Forecasting feeds the lifeline of the financial health of a company,” he says. “If owners and CEOs want to prevent profit fade during construction projects, they must equip project managers with sophisticated software tools that allow the managers to project costs accurately.”
Can your construction firm solve the 4 common challenges of forecasting? Read this eBook to find out how…