Despite so many other advancements in the construction industry, the traditional change order process is still one of the biggest headaches in commercial construction.
Project teams are managing 10% of employee time and 25% of a project’s total cost on outdated methods including spreadsheets, email inboxes and paper-based time and material tags.
The results of an outdated change order process include wasted time for all project team members, increased financial risk, lack of real-time statuses and uncaptured valuable data and insights. And with larger projects being completed with new delivery methods like design-build and integrated project delivery (IPD), updates to your process and technology stack tools are required to stay on time and on budget.
Fortunately, new tools are available to make project teams more collaborative, reduce wasted change order processing time, and capture lost revenue related to extra work.
In this webinar, Extracker CEO Cameron Page and Director of Sales Greg Seldon bring their decades of construction experience and software leadership to highlight the new channels of change order communication between subcontractors, general contractors and owners. Webinar attendees will walk away with a clear understanding of why change orders add risk to the project, four ways to process change orders faster, and benefits of real-time collaboration that you and your teams can start using right away, even midproject.
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Founder & CEO
Cameron Page leads Extracker as the founder and CEO. After 10 years as a project manager at Devcon, a leading design-build general contractor, he knew there should be a better way to track and communicate on change orders. That's when he started Extracker to bring real-time collaboration on project costs between subcontractors, general contractors and owners.
Director of Sales
Greg Seldon is the director of sales at Extracker, and works alongside its customers as they implement and expand Extracker companywide. Prior to joining Extracker, Seldon ran procurement for Clark Construction’s West Coast division. After seeing Extracker in action, solving long-standing challenges, he joined the team to spread its reach across the industry.