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This series will feature political experts who will provide updates on the political environment, highlight key races, dive into regional focus areas, and much more.
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The Take 15 series is a weekly, brief webinar led by Viewpoint, an ABC Strategic Partner, where product experts highlight challenges contractors face and how Viewpoint’s comprehensive suite of software solutions can help solve those challenges.
- Friday, August 7: Increasing Collaboration with Your Project Team
- Friday, August 14: Simplifying Service Management
- Friday, August 28: Improve Visibility with Project Forecasting and WIP Reporting
- Friday, September 3: Going Mobile to Optimize the Flow of Field Data
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For mid-sized contractors, implementing new technology solutions in the office and on the jobsite can present serious challenges in terms of integration and practical adoption. How do our industry’s top performers get this right? Developing a company culture that values diversity and innovation is essential to embracing technology and recruiting the workforce of the future. Learn how the intersection of culture, diversity and innovation can help you mentor the next generation of leaders within your company to unlock better safety performance, operational efficiency and job satisfaction.
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Tauhira Ali, Construction Technology Group Manager
Ali brings more than 15 years of R&D and product design experience to her at Milwaukee Tool, where she is responsible for exploring construction trends and emerging technologies to drive practical, user-focused solutions. Previously, she held R&D positions in the computing, automotive, aerospace, robotics and public relations industries. In addition to her passion for product development, Ali is committed to expanding and empowering all voices within technical industries, and works closely with women-focused groups and industry organizations, as well as Habitat for Humanity.
Simeon Terry, Vice President, Diversity Affairs
Simeon Terry is a 30-year industry veteran and has spent the past 20 years managing diversity programs at Austin Commercial, a 2019 ABC National Diversity Excellence Award winner. In his current role, he oversees the company’s Diversity and Inclusion program, which includes cultural competency education, diversity compliance, affirmative action, recruitment, mentoring and business procurement diversity.
As the United States begins to recover from its steepest economic downturn in history, the construction industry is faced with unprecedented levels of uncertainty. ABC Chief Economist Anirban Basu will discuss how that uncertainty and broader macroeconomic conditions have affected the industry to date, the shape of the recovery to come, and what factors will determine the construction industry's trajectory over the coming months, including a deep dive into the results of the August Construction Backlog Indicator and Construction Confidence Index.
With technology coming at us on many fronts, how can we actually see and test these technologies in action? The 20,000-square-foot Oracle Construction and Engineering Innovation Lab in Deerfield, Illinois, replicates an actual jobsite and allows visitors to walk through five different stages of construction to test new technologies and training techniques or to share best practices. Webinar attendees will get an exclusive look at the lab, with commentary from Oracle’s senior product and innovation leaders and insights into new and effective technologies in construction.
Frank Malangone has more than 35 years’ experience as a business technology leader in the engineering and construction industry. As part of Oracle’s Construction and Engineering Global Business Unit, Malangone ensures the business unit’s products’ capabilities are aligned with industry trends.
As Oracle Industries Innovation Lab Project Manager, Eilish Nolen helps drive innovation and demonstrates how Oracle’s products and partner solutions can be used through the project lifecycle. She works closely with other internal global business units and contributes to the user experience at the lab.
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An panel of experts from a variety of construction materials segments will discuss current and future issues affecting the supply chain, including product constraints, spikes in pricing and access to products.
Today’s business environment is forcing companies to look for ways to reduce expenses, mitigate risks and drive revenue to their bottom line. The WEX and Mastercard team will discuss how the accounts payable landscape is changing regarding the buyer/supplier relationship and changes in the corporate card solutions marketplace, as well as provide a demo of the Virtual MasterCard application.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Eric Hoffman is responsible for WEX’s MasterCard business development efforts with prospective and current clients. He works closely with over-the-road and North American fleet businesses.
Andrew Schimmel, a 16-year veteran of the payments industry, helps clients take a strategic approach to payment optimization to drive bottom line results in numerous areas of their businesses.
Bobby Waldeck has more than 15 years’ experience in the payment industry with a focus on providing efficient and economical solutions for both buyers and suppliers. He manages the middle market accounts ($10M to $2B) as well as the construction vertical market and works closely with association partners and construction-related software providers.
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