May 2015

May 2015

Mobile technology has positively changed the landscape for businesses in how they empower their employees and interact with and service their customers.
Mobile data collection is typically a time-consuming, paper-pushing process for construction businesses.
Most successful business owners recognize that technology is an important component in identifying opportunities and capturing wins.
As the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s radical December 2014 steps have shown, and to loosely quote William Shakespeare, “the Obam
It is easy to think you have a handle on heavy equipment cost of ownership, only to find your profits fall short due to partial calculations on planned maintenance.
We’ve all seen old footage of the early skyscrapers going up—workers without protective equipment on, riding cranes up and jumping from be
No matter the size of your business, it is always a good idea to continually evaluate expenses.
The construction industry is changing quickly.
As a business professional, your focus is always moving forward; calculating the next move in your business strategy, the next goal to be
For years, safety and risk managers have been searching for a magic elixir in their quest to answer the construction industry’s age-old ri
Maybe Kermit the Frog was wrong. It could be easy being green—at least when it comes to buildings.
Smart devices are not the way of the future; they have already arrived.
Not long ago, predicting backlog was like picking the winning Powerball numbers.
Today’s projects and jobsites are more advanced than ever. Modern equipment and machinery have made jobs easier worldwide.
The value of real-time accounting data hinges on information that is automated, up-to-date and readily available any time a member of the
Contractors continually say they can’t find any good, trained help. Instead of developing positive solutions to their problems, they have decided to be negative.
Construction companies are looking for summer help to fill the void left by the latest recession. One plausible solution has been hiring student workers.