Webinar: Wednesday, March 20 – 11AM PT / 2PM ET

The construction industry is undergoing rapid digitization, which means an explosion of software designed for tracking productivity, bidding jobs, and building information modeling–among many others.

With this growth comes questions. When is the best time to adopt software? What kind of software fulfills your needs? How big of an investment should you make?

Join this webinar to learn best practices for evaluating, purchasing, and implementing the right technology solutions for your team. We’ll discuss how to identify what problems you want to solve for your construction team, how to evaluate software solutions before committing to a purchase, and the basic requirements your field and admin team will need to ensure a successful rollout.

In this Webinar, You’ll Learn How To:

Identify where your team can improve communication, save time, and reduce cost

Determine ROI metrics for your proposed investment

Evaluate the right hardware and software for your team

Create a successful technology implementation plan for your company

Can’t make the live webinar? Register anyway, and we’ll send you the recording.

To Register, visit https://bit.ly/2NHHSJS

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