While the construction industry is starting to embrace technology, too many firms are still using paper, fax machines, and filing cabinets to manage their construction projects. While it may be time consuming and expensive to switch over to a whole new system for communication, record-keeping AND asset tracking, you can see below why the pitfalls of NOT switching are far greater.
The infographic explains the top 5 fumbles every construction firm in the industry faces without technology. Read it to find out how not embracing technology may be detrimental to your construction projects.
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