As 2019 closes and a new decade begins, the entire team at DrawAlert would like to wish you an enjoyable, successful and fulfilling New Year! As we look back at 2019, we want to offer DrawAlert readers and subscribers an inside look at some of our best articles from the year.
February 8 – A Technological Tipping Point: How Technology is Transforming the Construction Industry
Construction projects are bigger, more expensive, more complex, and take longer than ever before. Implementing technology into the construction industry offers up real-time status updates, automatic notifications for scheduling and a collaborative workspace for all stakeholders. Adopting technology helps your company grow, as well as complete and manage more successful projects. Read More.
August 16 – Why Do Construction Projects Take So Long?
Between the number and size of tasks at hand to poor communication methods and more, it’s all too easy to fall behind on construction projects. Poor planning, contractor needs and lack of communication are the top three reasons for delays on projects, and often prevent projects from being completed successfully. With DrawAlert, you can mitigate risk, keep track of contractor needs and open lines of communication between all parties on a project. Read More.
April 19 – Friendly Competition: How Tech in Construction Can Help Contractors Be More Efficient
Licensed contractors are taking on more work than ever before. Competition between contractors is mostly due to the adoption of technology in the industry, with the lead competitors embracing digital trends with open arms. Stay competitive in the industry with DrawAlert – adopting technology early is the best way to develop and sustain business. Read More.
February 19 – Investment vs. Cost: How Do You View Construction Software?
Technology like construction software, is taking the industry by storm. Are you looking at construction software as a cost and not an investment? Technology is here, and it’s helping to make projects more efficient, accurate and collaborative. Don’t get left behind because you look at construction software as a cost instead of viewing it as an investment opportunity that increases efficiencies, productivity, and overall project completion rates. Read More.
June 7 – How Property Managers Benefit from Utilizing DrawAlert
You’ve probably heard that Property Management Software is your best bet for automating business operations, but what if there was another solution? From transparency and security to visibility on your tenant improvement projects and even full document control, DrawAlert directly benefits Property Managers in many ways. Successfully manage your next tenant improvement project with ease, no matter the size. Read More.