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In early July I had the pleasure of speaking at Civil Service Live in London’s ExCeL. My topic – whether the technology sector was failing Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I). As part of the session, I hosted a panel with 3 fantastic speakers, Miranda Pottinger, Funmi Surl and Aaron Prior bringing together views of Government Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT), private sector consultancy and one of the world’s most successful technology companies.
Our author Sabrina Hilmer explores what’s moving the industry. The construction industry has now reached the point of intensively dealing with the megatrend of "digitalisation" and the subtrend of "platformisation" and quickly taking advantage of their opportunities. What is missing, however, is a common approach that takes into account the individual business circumstances and adapts to the planning and project cycles of the companies.
Construction is renowned for competitive pricing and tight margins, which the industry has been trying to improve for years. Faced with unique circumstances and complications other industries do not have, tackling these issues is not as easy as it seems on your own. In this 3-part series, we’ll be exploring how it’s possible to stay competitive whilst remaining ahead of the market, avoid pricing pressures and answer the ultimate question – Can we improve margins in the construction sector?
At CDAO, the leading trade fair for data analytics decision makers, Gridserve's CITO was on stage with Hitachi Solutions. The UK company develops and distributes sustainable, technology-enabled energy solutions. The customer and implementation partner reported on how a cloud-first approach to data analytics can be successfully implemented.
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