Most contractors are aware of the fine line that exists between making money and losing money on the equipment their company owns. That’s why smart construction organizations rely on equipment management software that helps them track every detail of usage and maintenance of the equipment on their jobsites. Continue »

With an extremely thin margin for profit, it’s critical to have accurate, timely control over how financial changes impact construction projects. Construction teams need to manage the financial aspects of their projects from the field to make vital project decisions. If accurate financial data is not readily available, project managers must rely on guesswork from manually entered (potentially outdated) information, or contact accounting to obtain the data — causing costly delays. Continue »

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