An application integration strategy can be beneficial for a number of reasons. Having an ordered movement of work between applications and components saves time and saves money. Here are 10 reasons why you could need an application integration:
Construction teams love it when a project plan comes together—on time and under budget—and they're not alone. Three-fourths of employees rate teamwork as “very important” and 40 percent said they would even pay out-of-pocket for digital tools to help them work together more efficiently.
When implemented properly, software solutions that enable construction teams can have a very real impact on the bottom line. In fact, 91 percent of contractors and owners say that real-time collaboration reduces risk and improves outcomes on projects. Additionally, three out of four construction industry experts agreed that data integration and coordination dramatically improved the customer experience by reducing uncertainty.
A customer's experience throughout the design and build process translates into how likely they are to come back for more projects and offer referrals, which are the lifeblood of a growing business in the AEC industry.
Here are three real-world examples of how software integration helps teams work smarter in the field and the back office, while also controlling costs and keeping everyone on track with project schedules.