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2014 Construction Technology Report

2015 Construction Technology ReportDo you and your members need the answers to these questions…

  • What technology solutions and devices are industry professionals relying on in each stage of the construction process?
  • How are companies allocating IT staff and budgets to meet evolving technology needs?
  • Are builders taking advantage of developments in data integration and mobility?
  • Are data security policies and employee training keeping up with the new technology being implemented?

Then check out the Construction Technology Report. The 2014 CT Survey aims to address the information technology strategies of small, medium and large construction companies alike, the solutions they employ, and how devices and software technologies integrate to support construction project collaboration. The third annual Construction Technology Survey, issued by JBKnowledge™ in conjunction with CFMA and the Texas A&M, received over 1,000 responses. The results offer valuable statistics on cloud adoption, mobile policies, security, and the role of IT professionals in construction companies. Check it out!

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