In today’s technology-driven world, most industries have transformed in productivity performance over the last decade. However, compared to other industries like retail, construction significantly lags in ramping up productivity. This is largely due to a lack in adopting technology.
As noted by McKinsey & Company, “construction is among the least digitized sectors in the world, according to MGI’s digitization index. In the United States, construction comes second to last, and in Europe it is in last position on the index.”
Unfortunately, the reality of the situation is that construction faces a $1.6 trillion productivity gap. So how do we overcome that scenario? When it comes to productivity on the jobsite, it doesn’t have to be so complicated. In fact, it’s simply a measurement of the effectiveness of effort. In order to maximize productivity on the jobsite, every piece of what is considered success must work together to efficiently stay within budget and on schedule.
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More than ever, it’s critical to utilize tools that streamline workflows from the back office to the field and Contractor WorkZone wants to make it easier for you. Download their small contractor toolkit and you’ll instantly gain access to a whole box of tools, guides and videos to help you perform your best every day.
Original article source: Trimble