Construction Management Resource Center

Is your construction software outdated? Are you struggling to meet modern project demands? You know you need a change, but do you know where to start?

To help you on your journey, we’ve put together a digital resource library packed with educational information on the benefits of connected, cloud-based construction technologies.

Real-time data and workflows help you quickly understand project health, gauge productivity, predict better profitability, identify and mitigate risks, so you can scale and plan for future work. Contractors that have modernized their ERP system removed construction silos that held projects up resulting in better-connecting people, projects, and processes across the organization.

Trimble Construction One construction management solutions integrate workflows and teams anywhere, anytime.

Tailored to Your Individual Business Needs

A connected software solution provides the functionality and flexibility to drive more profits, increase ROI, remove bottlenecks, and reduce wasted time on costly rework.

Enter Trimble Construction One

Stand-alone project management systems, manual processes, spreadsheets, and other applications increase risk, delay projects, and lower profits. In this 3-minute video, learn how Trimble Construction One gets your team more connected with greater efficiency, helping your team make smarter business decisions.

The Importance of Connected Data

In this 2-minute customer interview, EVP Babette Freund explains how Dave Steel Company gained a significant competitive advantage. See how the steel contractor desperately needed to connect its prefabrication operations with job costs and financial reporting, and brought it all together with Trimble Construction One.

Guides to Selecting the Best Construction Software

In a recent software construction technology survey, JBKnowledge lists nine common workflows negatively affected by manual processes or disconnected construction software, including estimating, project management, accounting, scheduling, and BIM. These guides offer the key steps contractors should consider while evaluating construction software to increase your company’s competitive edge.

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General Contractors

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Heavy Highway Contractors

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Electrical Contractors

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Mechanical Contractors

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7 Reasons Generic ERP Tools Don’t Work in Construction

Generic ERPs may get some of the job done but aren’t necessarily the best solution for the construction industry. See how to increase your business’s success by connecting and collaborating in real-time to manage your operations and ensure your construction projects are completed on time and on budget.

What Makes Changing ERPs Worth the Pain?

In this 1-minute customer interview, learn how Craig Lundskog, Finance Director at Great Basin Industrial, gained efficiency and lowered costs when onboarding and training new employees. Despite fewer resources, he took advantage of economies of scale while using Trimble Construction One’s HR Management solution to drive a better employee experience.

The Hidden Cost of Disconnected Construction Software

The results might surprise you when you add up all the hidden costs to patch together standalone software management solutions. Maintaining multiple, non-integrated software solutions could cost you 3x more money. This infographic demonstrates how you can save money and where you might be wasting time on administrative tasks to reconcile data between non-connected systems.

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