A recent report found that 87% of the construction industry feels open to using cloud technology. But for some reason, the construction industry is the slowest to adopt digitization, despite being a project-centric workplace that truly depends on collaboration to get work done. When you truly think about it… The cloud almost seems MADE for construction companies. Why? Because it allows you to keep your job sites connected, collaborate on blueprints or BIMs from various locations, and ultimately, eliminate project delays that end up costing you a ton of money and impacting your reputation.
The fact is, the construction industry is mobile. It’s always been mobile. Now, the cloud helps construction companies embrace that mobility with anytime, anywhere access to their data. Whether you’re working on-site or in the office, the cloud lets you get rid of your costly on-premises infrastructure while still having on-demand access to cloud-based equipment. Workers are able to complete projects within the proposed schedule and budget because they have access to the information they need to succeed.
Rather than storing your applications and data on your hard drive, you’re able to access them via the Internet. This eliminates the cost of purchasing, maintaining, and supporting on-premises equipment while giving you the accessibility you need. You enjoy a “pay-as-you-go” model that’s more cost-efficient with fewer hardware limitations that keep you from leveraging the latest technologies. Here’s a few of the primary benefits of the cloud for construction companies:
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