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  • 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.
  • When it comes to Quality Assurance and Control, the ability to minimize risk in regards to rework, delays and warranty claims can impact profitability and reputation. Watch this webinar and learn how Viewpoint For Field View offers a powerful, cloud based website and off-line native mobile apps that supports QA/QC processes from pre-construction through closeout.
  • In this webinar learn about ProContractor Mobile’s newest release and added features centered around time capture.
  • 2017 marks a turning point in the evolution of Viewpoint’s products, a year in which we are rolling out new collaborative, project management applications in our new Team Platform. Watch this webinar and learn more about Team Submittals and Team Documents, the first two applications in the launch.
  • Watch this webinar and discover the secret behind efficient mobile workflows. Learn how technology is leveraged to command control and visibility into the activities that drive safety and quality. Explore how Viewpoint mobile solutions improve workflows, reduce risk and deliver higher quality projects.
  • Construction businesses must focus on making the transformation to successful business enterprises as well as being great builders. Managers within these firms must take the time to understand the realm of business and how to apply these principles to their projects. The thesis of this webinar is to develop a more solid business foundation for project leaders, including awareness and passion for business success. From the core curriculum of the nation’s most prominent MBA programs, the following list was generated as the “Project Manager’s MBA”.
  • Join this webinar to explore how Information technology and automation have converted construction project estimating from an arcane and sometimes mysterious art to an art-and-science process that can be standardized (individually, for each company) and reliably repeated. That's a game-changer that leads to more winning bids, better project management, enhanced cash flow and overall improvements in management visibility and control. But not all construction companies have gotten the memo; too many still rely on outdated estimating tools and processes that leave them unable to scale their businesses, and vulnerable to more technologically-empowered competitors.
  • This one-hour webinar is designed for owners, executives, estimators, project managers, and anyone involved in business development. You’ll learn how to shape a market strategy that leverages your company’s strengths to build systematic processes designed to help you win more business. The experts at D. Brown Management will share best-practice ideas from contractors across the country designed to help your entire team immediately improve your business development processes and ensure your customers’ satisfaction.
  • In this webinar explore the requirements most owners demand of their project stakeholders and how document and data management technologies help to ensure these stakeholders are meeting critical asset owner requirements during all phases of design and construction. We will also discuss how collaboration software can help to deliver project information that is easily accessible and digestible through the use of data standards like COBie.
  • As construction firms build their projects, how much time is given to building a successful organization? With a concrete vision, firms tend to languish in the details of getting traction with their plan. In some cases, the strategy is overly laden with “hygienic factors” that focus on shoring up glaring weaknesses or broken processes, which tend to take on the appearance of the mundane and remedial. Other plans become fixated on the bright shiny objects – new markets, new customers, new worlds – and ignore the “blocking and tackling” for the sake of exciting new opportunities. Strategic planning requires a delicate balance of internal and external fact-based criteria to move any firm forward. Hygiene and innovation must balance one another to ensure not only the stable foundation but also a firm that is proactive, forward thinking and a true leader in the market and industry.