Can Microsoft Dynamics 365 improve margins in the Construction sector?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 can provide an end-to-end solution for the manufacturing and distribution of products, but what if you are a main contractor or specialist subcontractor?


6 Construction Project Management Challenges & Solutions

Construction projects can be complex, with various materials to procure, schedules to coordinate, budgets and timelines to maintain, contracts to manage, and expectations to meet.


Connecting Construction: the latest in low-code technology for the Construction industry

In partnership with Microsoft, Hitachi Solutions talented experts have developed a suite of low-code applications specifically designed to improve the collaboration of contractor and sub-contractors on and off-site and ensure safer more seamless working experiences for teams.


Where is the construction industry heading on its digital journey


Where is the construction industry heading on its digital journey?

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…


Can we improve margins in the construction sector?

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…


Keller Foundations

To support its myriad of business needs, Keller Foundations implemented Microsoft Dynamics AX to support its strategic growth objectives.



The King’s Cross developer saves time and improves visibility across its multi-million-pound projects with Microsoft Dynamics 365



Interserve found itself with a wide portfolio of finance systems supported by manual processes and multiple spreadsheets. Multiple systems operated in isolation, resulting in duplication of data across different platforms, creating ‘multiple versions of the truth’.