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  • December 14, 2018
    Relying on multiple, disconnected systems to manage your construction operations can impact your ability to produce work in progress reporting or monthly financials. This makes it hard to determine whether your organization is profitable until you’re able to see quarter- or year-end results. This lack of real-time visibility also limits the ability to make meaningful project or financial decisions that could increase profit margins. Join Viewpoint product expert Scott Rieders to learn how Spectrum makes it easy to track the profitability of your company.

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  • During the past few years, a focus on the need to invest in the development of our people has been diverted. As contractors hire more people to support new work, we must recognize that some of our talented veterans left the industry and are not coming back. As we hire newer people with less experience, there is a significant need to train them, especially as Baby Boomers continue to retire at increasing rates.
  • With nearly everyone connected to their mobile devices today, it’s no surprise that many contractors are taking advantage of this access to technology to boost productivity. But sharing data on personal devices can be risky. Are the devices controlled and regulated by the company? Are appropriate firewalls and security measures in place? What happens when a device is stolen or lost? Can a company’s data be at risk? Join industry experts Jason Burns of SphereNY and Mike Dooley of Viewpoint as they share their insights on how to transform mobile security fears into a smart BYOD strategy.
  • One of the biggest risks to a company in a low-margin construction economy is executing a project differently than how it was estimated (and vice versa). The best way to maintain profitability is to create field-friendly budgets, to aggressively track and manage direct costs, and to incorporate actual performance into future estimates.
  • More and more, contractors are facing increasingly complex projects and financials. It's time for contractors to embrace and prepare for new GAAP revenue recognition standards developed by FASB. The new standards promise quicker payments and better cash flow - but only if contractors have the proper framework in place to capture and properly communicate the critical data. To learn more, watch this recorded webinar hosted by Tim Wilson at BKD for an overview of how you can prepare your organization to adhere to, and benefit from, the new standards.
  • Bobby Asbury, Project Manager at Leander Construction, a Midwestern based provider of Civil construction services, shares his journey of evaluating, implementing, and using Viewpoint Team Project Management to improve collaboration between the extended project team of owners, engineers and subcontractors. Hear him describe how Viewpoint Team has reduced costs and decreased project risk.
  • Construction projects create a mountain of data, from planning through closeout, which can help business owners tremendously if used. But extracting insights from all that data is intimidating and complicated. In this 30 minute recorded webinar learn how embracing business intelligence can give you the ability to glean meaningful and actionable insights.
  • When it comes to quality and safety on a construction project, the ability to minimize risk in regard to rework, delays, and injuries can impact profitability and reputation. But how do you ensure your processes are being implemented consistently in the field? Do you have the ability to gather timely, accurate data? Watch this 30-minute recorded webinar to learn how insight into enterprise-wide data can lead to improved quality, safety, and risk management—and higher profit margins.
  • Productivity continues to be an issue in the construction industry, and lagging technological adoption is one factor contributing to lost time and inefficiency. The vast number of documents, photos and drawings created during design and construction can be challenging to wrangle. Can your team find what they need quickly? Is everyone working from the most recent version?
  • All it takes is one or two bad jobs to destroy years of profits. To prevent risks from sinking your business, you must identify, understand, and quantify the risks that you face–financial, contractual, and operational. Managing risk starts with the estimating process and runs through your entire workflow, including the effects on your relationships with clients, subcontractors, and employees. This 45-minute workshop will equip you with the tools to manage risk by teaching you how to assess, measure, and mitigate risk and then be able to proceed on your jobs with confidence.
  • One of the biggest risks to a company in a low-margin construction economy is executing a project differently than how it was estimated (and vice versa). The best way to maintain profitability is to create field-friendly budgets, to aggressively track and manage direct costs, and to incorporate actual performance into future estimates, presented by FMI’s Ryan O’Shea.