The Future of Construction Management Software
Procore, Bluebeam, Microsoft Teams, and Outlook. These tools (and others) are now standard for construction managers.
Even though they're standard (and helpful!), problems still abound:
- Project teams find a lot of tech more effort than it's worth.
- Tech-y people get frustrated when their innovative ideas don't get traction.
- Widely used softwares don't provide as much value as they promise.
When industries other than construction have had these problems, they've been on the brink of a software revolution – construction software is about to change.
Presented by Utah technology & construction leaders alongside the Utah chapter of the Associated General Contractors, this lunch & learn will examine software trends in industries other than construction. We'll then apply those lessons to the construction landscape.
You'll leave as an expert on evaluating new tech on your projects, and you'll have a clear picture in how the industry is going to change in the coming years.
Peter Jarman, Managing Director at Cross Creek Capital
Derek Allen, President & CEO at LandForge
Josh Whisenant, CEO at Roger