As a project manager or a document controller for an EPC firm, you know the importance of using efficient collaboration tools for successful project completion. But unfortunately, a lot of companies aren’t taking advantage of modern construction collaboration software, which increases your control of technical documentation and eases the burden of communicating between employees, vendors, and clients.
With the advent of cloud computing, the tension between hardware performance and software accessibility was finally resolved.
A little while back, a distinguished Project Director in the oil and gas industry abruptly left his job after over a decade with his company. In an exit interview, it was discovered that the main source of his frustration was the lack of support he felt he was receiving from the company.
When a new construction project begins, Project Managers and Directors usually appoint a Planner to make sure the work is completed safely, on-time and within budget. This is an incredibly high level of responsibility.
When looking to change or adopt an electronic document management system (EDMS), there are a variety of factors to consider, including time. How long will it take to start using a modern, cloud-based EDMS for your future projects?
Is your current Enterprise Document Management System (EDMS) providing you with all the features you should expect from modern software?
The world of engineering and construction demands precision.
When it comes to having the right document control system, document controllers have needs unique from other members on their project team.
What Features Discipline Leads Love in an EDMS Discipline Leads are responsible for a plethora of content at multiple stages of project development.
The biggest game-changers often require the greatest commitments, so it’s no secret that companies seeking to change software solutions need to do a lot of research before making a major change.