Jakob Tornqvist, vice president of professional services, HomeFront Software, www.homefront-software.com, Calgary, Alta., offers advice to homebuilders looking to invest in technology.
Jeremy Foster, CMO, NoteVault, www.notevault.com, San Diego, Calif., helps construction companies identify where to spend IT dollars in 2016 and the ultimate impact on IT spending for the construction industry.
Ian Howell, CEO, Newforma, www.newforma.com, Manchester, N.H., identifies where contractors should spend IT dollars in the year ahead and factors driving construction companies to invest.
Cecilia Padilla, president, On Center Software, www.oncenter.com, The Woodlands, Texas, talks about how the natural evolution of technology will impact the construction industry.
Ed Coffin, low-voltage product manager, senior technical advisor, ConEst Software Systems, www.conest.com, Manchester, N.H., gives his thoughts on what is driving contractors to invest.
Jeremy Larsen, senior product manager, Viewpoint Construction Software, www.viewpoint.com, Portland, Ore., discusses how mobility and the next-gen workforce will impact construction.
DeWayne Adamson, president and CEO, Pantera Global Technology, www.panteratools.com, Pleasant Prairie, Wis., identifies some common factors that are driving construction companies to invest in new technology.
Today almost every worker has a smartphone, which is a great opportunity for construction companies to implement mobile time tracking and scheduling.
In the construction market, there is stiff competition between contractors when bidding for jobs.
For construction companies, being able to share data across a project and collaborate using that same set of data minimizes risks and increases visibility across a project.