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  • May 29, 2020
    Today, advances in technology provide contractors with real-time information and a single source of truth across the business. By moving from manual processes and spreadsheets to modernized operations, it’s easier to collect, analyze, and share data.
  • May 29, 2020
    Technology is changing how the Built World plans, manages, and executes projects. While you may have seen the BuiltWorlds research report on advanced machinery and equipment or our Analyst Call featuring innovative IoT solutions on the jobsite, innovative built tech solutions continue to be developed and used to address critical enterprise-wide and project-specific operational, management, and intelligence needs, too.
  • April 2, 2020
    Cyber security isn’t something traditionally associated with the construction industry. Whether you are in the construction industry or not you are likely to be aware that cyber security threats are on the increase, with the worst cases featuring in the media with alarming regularity.
  • December 7, 2019
    The construction industry is in the midst of a significant technology transformation as contractors adopt the latest cloud technologies to help enhance operations, automate workflows, streamline data into single streams and extend collaboration beyond the walls of the office. Yet, for an industry that has historically struggled with change, many contractors who have yet to modernize may not know where to start—or how to integrate and maximize their technology investments to get the most out of new solutions put in place.
  • July 19, 2019
    A report from Dodge Data & Analytics and Viewpoint, Improving Performance with Project Data Smart Market Report: How Improved Collection and Analysis is Leading to the Digital Transformation of the Construction Industry, says the way project data is gathered and analysed across the construction industry can improve key project outcomes.
  • July 12, 2019
    Information is power, but are contractors collecting what they need to make better decisions? A new report on how contractors collect and use jobsite data is based on responses from 187 companies.
  • July 11, 2019
    The ability to gather and analyse project data has improved or improved significantly for nearly two-thirds of the respondents to a survey of construction managers, specialty trade contractors, and design/build firms. The study was conducted by Dodge Data & Analytics and Viewpoint via an online survey.
  • July 10, 2019
    A new report released today by Dodge Data & Analytics, in collaboration with construction management software provider Viewpoint, a Trimble company, reveals a sea change in the way project data is gathered and analysed across the construction industry – change that is poised to improve key project outcomes according to construction managers, specialty trade contractors and design/build firms surveyed.
  • July 9, 2019
    A new report released today by Dodge Data & Analytics, in collaboration with construction management software provider Viewpoint, a Trimble company, reveals a sea change in the way project data is gathered and analysed across the construction industry—change that is poised to improve key project outcomes according to construction managers, specialty trade contractors and design/build firms surveyed. Tied to increased technology use and advancements, 64 percent of those who participated in the report said that their ability to gather and analyse data has improved or improved significantly.
  • October 16, 2018
    Viewpoint, a Trimble Company (NASDAQ: TRMB) and construction management software leader, today welcomed a record-breaking 2,300 construction industry professionals to the Collaborate 2018 User Conference. At the event, Viewpoint is unveiling new software innovations to help construction companies transform their operations, lower risk, gain efficiencies and improve productivity.