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Development For Dummies

When I recently told my old form tutor at my secondary school that I am a Development Project Manager for a UK based Construction Software Company, he looked shocked.

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Building Software – The Arising Need for Automation in the Construction Industry

In this ever evolving technology era where everything is automated, the construction industry is also getting a huge makeover. Automation is the future and today businesses are implementing various software that helps improve business’ bottom line. Having efficient building software can save you time and money, helps you keep your projects on schedule and, most importantly, improves the productivity, letting you learn about the loop holes and so on.

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Top 10 Weird And Crazy Facts Within The Construction Industry

If you’re like me, then you love reading facts and conspiracy theories. I’m a sucker when it comes to ‘top 10 craziest facts’ videos on YouTube. Once I watch one of them, I suddenly realize 2 hours later that I’ve fallen down a rabbit hole on YouTube and then I’m suddenly watching a video about the top 10 craziest last meal requests

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Guess who’s back – Return of the mum

Would you like a cup of tea? I am asked the first day back to work after a 5-year stint with my children at home. My goodness someone is making me a tea, and I manage to drink the entire cup before it goes cold. These little things are now so much more appreciated!

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Social Media Storm

When I was a child, I never would have thought that social media would have grown to be such a big factor in most people’s lives – or even in my life. However, in the past 2 or 3 years, you have probably noticed by now that most people never leave their house – or even their bedroom without their phone (guilty). This may seem unhealthy to the average human eye, but does social media help teenagers build a career within the business world?

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Buildstorm- A Highly Effective Project Management Software For Construction

One of the common questions you might have come across is why is project management important? It is an interesting question that is asked by many clients. Project management is an art of managing the project and its deliverables. To help you manage the various aspects of project management software for construction, there comes the role of software that can help you work the way you have always wanted to. In this blog, we will be giving you details about one such software that can help you manage the various aspects of your construction project- Buildstorm.

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A brief guide to Architecture Project Management Software

An Architecture Project Management Software is a type of software that is designed to ensure the project success for businesses of many kinds. Most of the professionals hire online project management software companies as they offer vast speed and security along with guaranteed data backups.

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Building Software: Get acquainted with the future of the Construction Industry

Construction businesses are complex to operate as each project involves so many dynamic facets. The industry is faced with unique challenges posed by weather, material specification changes, site conditions, coordination between various on-site contractors and owner preferences. Risk and accountability factors further increase the complexity of building projects. However, the problems are now being handled through the use of comprehensive building software designed for construction management.

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Top 3 Benefits of Contractor Scheduling Software

Owning and managing a construction business is not an easy task. In the past, pen and paper were the staples of a construction business. However, these were susceptible to human errors, lost pages, slow filing and retrieval and information loss due to errors as simple as pen breaks or coffee spills. Hence, it became difficult for the owners to stay connected with their staff.