Many construction companies continue to rely on spreadsheets and multiple project management tools to run their business. This fragmented setup where the data is siloed and requires manual integration to generate reports not only causes project delays but results in more inefficiencies and increased risk overall.
If you don’t know if you made a profit on a project until 90 days after it was finished, that’s a problem. Project business automation is a new category of business solutions that’s built with projects in mind. Regardless of industry, if projects are an important component of your business, project business automation is key.
Our VP of Market Innovation, Matt Mong, was recently featured in New Civil Engineer discussing the importance of focusing on the business side of projects.
Read the entire article in New Civil Engineer.