There is a reason the adoption of technology is gaining momentum. It’s potential to improve jobsite operations gives companies a significant competitive advantage by connecting worksites, monitoring equipment costs and increasing productivity – even addressing challenges like remote site management.
COVID-19 has impacted how we work. In the last year, technology has emerged as the real hero, mitigating the negative implications on the construction industry while reducing costs, keeping project schedules on track and increasing jobsite security and safety. It has also shined a light on the big opportunity for construction companies to see technology as a way to transform business operations.
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