Digital Transformation: No Longer Just for the Big Boys
3 common myths of the digitalization trend in construction

By 2020, many professionals in the construction industry have become familiar with the concept of “digital transformation,” or the method of adopting new technologies to improve business processes. Chances are that your company has already made significant investments in one or more solutions that have promised to bring systems together and digitalize your processes. Traditionally, undergoing this type of digital journey required considerable time and resources, and unless your company is among the industry giants, you could still afford to allocate these to anything other than your projects.

In today’s market, margins and competition have never been tighter. Failing to adopt advanced technology solutions could prevent you from winning work and completing jobs profitably. Thankfully, the construction technology sector has made massive strides in providing more agile solutions fit for any size company. Gone are the days of custom-built software solutions that tie up all of your resources and only seem to make life harder. Faster than ever before, companies of any size can onboard out-of-the-box technology and immediately recognize a return on investment.

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