How Can You Save Time, Eliminate Data Log, and Reduce Costs?

March 21, 2019 Karli Langner

As a Project Engineer, your world is full of complexities.

  • I can’t keep up with all of these tickets
  • I need to know what my costs are now, not at the end of the month
  • I can’t be in the field all day to ensure my operation is on track
  • I need better communication with my suppliers
  • I need my guys in the field, not in the office punching tickets

When you think about it, the engineering and construction (E&C) industry lays the groundwork for the world’s economy, helping many other industries to thrive due to increased value creation through buildings and infrastructure.

Although the E&C industry pulls in annual revenues of nearly $10 trillion (about 6% of global GDP), out-of-date processes are just as much a part of the industry as boots and a hard hat.

Some estimate that within ten years, full-scale digitalization in Heavy Civil construction will lead to annual global cost savings of $0.7 trillion to $1.2 trillion (13% to 21%) in the engineering and construction phases and $0.3 trillion to $0.5 trillion (10% to 17%) in the operations phase. The industry is on the brink of a new age, and the transition to digitalization is changing the way construction companies plan and execute projects.

What you need in your toolbox is a solution that enables you to standardize and automate your processes and allow collaboration with suppliers to open lines of visibility across your supply chain.

How can this be achieved? Download our e-book, Transforming the Construction Supply Chain, to learn more!

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