As each new day brings a new state and federal guideline urging companies and employees to work remotely, the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is changing how many construction pros work daily. No doubt, the concept of “social distancing” may prove difficult to swallow in an industry built around person-to-person, one-on-one interactions—from directing crews in the field to huddling around plans in the office.
Dinged as being one of the least digital industries in the world, construction has a reputation for being slow to adopt tech tools—and tight-fisted when it comes to investing in tech or the IT staff to support it.
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Great news! ConstructConnect solutions—On-Screen Takeoff, Quick Bid, and PlanSwift—have again been named to the FrontRunners Quadrant for Construction Estimating Software by Software Advice.
The construction industry gets perennially dinged for being too slow to innovate and adapt to new technology. This trend appears to be changing as more construction firms are realizing the value and benefit of adopting new technology. Not only is it a great way to step up their tech game, but it can also help them to attract and retain the next generation of workers.