The new industry standard.
Construction projects require cooperation and coordination of multiple components. Today, as projects become more and more complex, the number of organizations, contractors, suppliers, consultants etc. involved in the project increases consistently. The management team requires two main aspects:
Current status report: the management team is required to make many decisions on a daily basis. A current report enables on-time, educated decision-making.
Management and control tools: the management team is required to operate the planners and consultants, to give work orders, and coordinate the schedules of various subs and suppliers. This management and coordination requires a real-time synchronized system.
Aside from the obvious advantages to each and every project, the new work standard affects the company’s management as a whole. Like project managers, company executives need a current status reports regarding all company departments and various projects. These status reports contribute to strategic decision-making that develop the company and increase profits.
While in the past it was customary to consider every construction a one-off, the support of an automated system can bring order to the once chaotic process. By using the system, the company can enhance personal management abilities, enrich and develop manpower, and acquire insight into successful/unsuccessful processes. In today’s highly competitive construction market, new methods are necessary in order to increase profitability. A new standard is set.