The General Contractor's Guide to Selecting Construction Software

For commercial contractors, the stakes are high. If even one job is poorly handled, it can put a contractor’s reputation — and prospects for future work — in jeopardy. That’s a lot for a general contractor to manage, and the challenges only grow when you factor in issues like:

  • Lack of data transparency across project teams
  • Time wasted converting or reentering data from multiple non-integrated software solutions
  • Manual processes that slow communication and collaboration
  • Project delays due to mistakes, lack of information, weather and other factors
  • Mismanaged or noncompliant subcontractors and other external project
  • Unreliable or misused construction equipment

In order to manage these challenges more effectively, you need the right tools. One of the keys to boosting construction efficiency and productivity is finding and using the right construction software. But in the vast landscape of software options, how do you know what you really need? What functionality is best and how will it be implemented? And how do you get your teams to adapt to and use the software? This guide will help you understand how to make the right construction software decisions for your team and your business.



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