Changing Trends in Purchasing Construction Software

January 28 [Mon], 2013, 16:04
Many construction companies these days have the staff to do accept & utilize construction software. They now understand they must either have a better solution or get more from what they have through more training on their current Real Estate Software solution. Most constructors in the country are realizing that in order to work effectively with their suppliers and customers they need to be in the sweet spot of software technology and connectivity that is offered by powerful Construction Software.

Another evolving trend for web connectivity is for various stakeholders such owners, architects and subcontractors working collaboratively with the General Contractor on cost tracking, document management and storage, engineering drawings, change orders, etc. via third party software.

Even late adopter-contractors who look at vendor demos are becoming more astute at evaluating the software. Many vendors like to focus on trackers, dashboards, and business intelligence capabilities. Nowadays, prospective buyers want to carefully review process – getting the data into the system and knowing that without the data in the system there is not much to analyze.
Earlier business owners put off purchasing new software when the demand and competition was low and now they are seeing that up-to-date Construction Accounting and Project Management ERP software is the new operating paradigm and they are accepting it. They want systems designed to support lean business operations, supplant Excels worksheets and meet increased supply-chain demands (from customers and suppliers).

At the end of it, it is up to you as construction company decision-maker whether the ERP software fits like a glove with your organization and actually produces high ROI over maturity.

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