Microsoft Lunch and Learn, Construction Community event: Expanding Partner Relationships for Project Excellence
While the construction industry is not new to engaging into partnerships, they are lagging on digitization and thus not yet actively participating in digital partnerships. Digital technologies connect all stakeholders of the project in real-time, allowing them to see the progress at every stage ensuring the project gets completed in the given deadline. But technologies only can’t replace proven benefits of true partnerships when the partners are working together towards a common goal. When collaboration is strong, team members pool their resources and knowledge and prioritize on meeting shared goals. They also share and contribute their knowledge and expertise in different areas. One of the most important emerging areas lately became data science. Where cloud, for example, connects every stakeholder, regardless of their geography, and centralizes the communication, data science makes it possible to process vast volumes of data and make it work harder for every stakeholder in as close to real-time as possible. This combined expertise and technology results in better quality buildings and infrastructure for clients and end users.
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Vladimir Urbanovich, CEO at Audiit Business Solutions Corp.
Tara Donnelly, Client Executive for Audit Business Solutions Corp.
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