Construction projects are getting longer and more complex, the worker shortage is getting worse and automating the industry is a do or die decision. As the industry evolves, it’s more important than ever to get accurate, complete data from field data into the hands of decision-makers at construction firms. Gone are the days of archaic business practices like pushing pens to paper and making call after call to get from Point A to Point B. Now, inefficiencies are reduced and key performance goals are achieved with digitalization in the field.
DrawAlert is the construction digitalization tool that saves time, reduces costs and improves results on every project in the field… But how?
Having a transparent business interaction between all parties on a construction project is important for a few reasons:
- It increases productivity. Keep your project timeline on track, avoid reworks, achieve higher profits and more.
- It enhances employee satisfaction. Promoting top-to-bottom transparency between all parties encourages a collaboration-based culture.
- Draw notifications improve performance. This is the most important piece to the digitalization puzzle. Thanks to DrawAlert’s draw notifications, contractors and subs know for a fact that they’re getting paid in a timely manner. Why is this so important for field results? With this feature, you’re better able to cultivate an ‘A Team’ of subcontractors on your projects. When you dip below anything other than an A Team, you’re sacrificing quality, safety, schedule and cost. Removing all shadows of a doubt about payments to the general contractor ensures transparency between parties and improves the overall performance in the field.
Technology in the construction industry is about more than saving time and money. It promotes a collaborative culture and, in the end, improves the overall results of your construction project from top-to-bottom. Are you interested in learning more about the software that’s changing the face of the construction industry’s future? Contact DrawAlert today for a demo.