Manufacturing has changed immeasurably in the past few decades. Technological advancements, changing workplace environments and an overall focus on safer and more efficient warehouse processes have led to an age-old industry becoming a contemporary force willing to embrace new methods.
How can you avoid construction projects being set back by unforeseen delays?
With projects increasing in size and scope, strict timelines and economic constraints, it is no surprise that a report from the National Audit Office found that 70% of government construction projects were delivered late.
With these challenges in mind, how can businesses forecast and manage costs on a global scale in an unpredictable industry while overcoming barriers of location, time and budget?
When managing construction projects communication is key. The timely and precise exchange of information is essential between construction workers and designers, engineers and clients.
Construction companies are now seeing the great benefits of implementing a video conferencing or unified collaboration solution into their operation that enables much faster collaboration, reduced operating costs and higher productivity.