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Executive Report | 7 Tips to Get Your Estimators On Board

Research shows that nearly 70% of all business initiatives that are focused on operational and process change fail to live up to their promises, mostly due to insufficient preparation and a lack of “cultural conditioning.” Simply put, if team members aren’t ready to embrace a new way of working, the best technology in the world won’t be effective — and what seemed like a wise investment becomes a waste of money instead.

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Executive Report | 7 Habits of Winning Construction Companies

The construction industry, like every other business sector, has its leaders — and its followers. Winning construction companies are typically better at applying innovative new practices and behaviors than those with an overly cautious "wait and see" attitude.

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Executive Report | 5 Steps to Making the Move to a Digital Pre-Construction Platform

In this guide, we’ll identify the five steps your company should take to successfully transition to a digital estimating and pre-construction management solution—and hear from a few contractors who have embraced the cloud-based ProEst platform. By adopting a measured and sequential approach—and asking yourself key questions along the way—your move to a fully digital solution can deliver the long-term business benefits your company needs to succeed.

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Autodesk Expands Preconstruction Offering with Global Launch of Autodesk Takeoff

Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced the worldwide availability of Autodesk Takeoff, a new product that empowers estimators to perform 2D and 3D quantification workflows from a common data environment to increase collaboration, speed and accuracy during the estimation process.

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Unlocking the ROI of Construction Technology

The past year accelerated the need for technology within the construction industry. What we are hearing now is that technology is factoring heavily into how our customers are approaching 2021 and beyond.

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Executive Report | Why Mobile Capabilities Should Be Your #1 Priority

Today’s mobile devices are remarkable tools, offering the kind of advanced capabilities that can—and should—be leveraged for competitive advantage. In this Executive Insight report, we’ll take a closer look at how smartphones, tablets and other wireless communication devices are delivering important business benefits to construction companies of all sizes, and why it’s essential to make mobile capabilities your #1 business priority.

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5 Things to Consider Before Spending a Dime on Estimating Software

In a business atmosphere that increasingly asks companies to do more with less, any potential business investment should be carefully evaluated for its ability to improve the bottom line. Now more than ever, decision-makers are in no position to allocate budget and resources and then passively wait to “see what happens” on the back end.

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ABC Tech Alliance: Does Your Construction Technology Team have a Delivery Strategy

Are you shopping for a shiny new app or are you looking for value? Construction companies, especially trade contractors, operate on razor-thin margins. More and more construction tech is hitting the market promising efficiencies and improved operations. How does a contractor quickly and effectively filter through the noise and find what’s right for their business?

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Preventing Crane Accidents With Safety Management Software

On September 16, 2020, a two-crane collision in Austin, Texas, injured 22 people, sending 16 to local hospitals for treatment. According to local reports, the crash—like so many construction accidents—was likely preventable.

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Executive Report | 5 Reasons Why Construction Estimators Are Leaving Excel

Most of us with any history in the construction industry know that Excel, in spite of its drawbacks, has long been a mainstay of project estimating. Learn five important reasons you should consider replacing Excel with a construction-specific estimating tool—and how leaving Excel behind can help your company achieve new levels of growth and profitability.

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