Optimise site efficiency
Project sites are full of skilled and experienced staff, from a multitude of different organisations. Making efficient collaboration work across teams can and should be simple.
Simplify site planning
Modern platform-tools from Microsoft allow for rapid development and deployment of user-friendly apps, integrated with your existing systems, to monitor, onboard, authorise and collect immediate feedback from all workers on your site.
Understand your assets
Assets play an outsized role in determining the productivity of your construction organisation. The availability of equipment will determine the timeline for projects, while effective storage and preventative maintenance of these assets has a major effect on budget. The more clearly you understand the expense of using each piece of equipment and material, the more accurately you can keep your project running at peak efficiency and better plan asset use for future projects.
“We saw Microsoft Dynamics AX as the solution that would take us to the next level as a business. It provided the range of modules we needed, so we wouldn’t have to keep building point solutions, while also offering the flexibility to meet our industry requirements”
Brian Seymour, CIO, Keller Foundations
Construction news and insights
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.
Engage for Construction
Engage for Construction – Take control of the entire project lifecycle
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…