Challenge: It's that time. Whether you are moving up from a manual process, or upgrading an existing digital workflow, you have made the decision to move forward. You have complained enough about your current workflow and been watching the trends around your industry. How could you not? Alexa will certainly be pushing info your way in a constant stream of "try this, use this, buy this" all in the name of, yes, I will say it, "saving you time & money." And I believe that statement for the most part.
Challenge: You have software you've been using for some time and you know it has some other capabilities that would definitely provide benefit to you and ease some of the workload, but doggone it, you just haven't had time to contact support, or watch the videos, or attend webinars. But amazingly, the workflow you have is hindered and lengthier because you don't use the other beneficial features or workflows that would save you time. It is a situation that I've seen many times over the years. I'm still guilty (from time to time) of the the same scenario.
Challenge: What does the term "takeoff" or "take-off" mean in the construction industry? Wikipedia refers to the synonymous name "Quantity Take-off." Essentially it refers to a means of measuring, calculating, and defining a specific scope of work from construction project documents.