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Construction Software and IT Magazine Archive

Construction Software and IT Magazine

The September 2016 edition of Construction Software and IT is now available! Scroll down to the bottom of this page to download your copy.

More about Construction Software and IT: With the use of technology growing so rapidly in the construction industry, it is critically important that the industry exposes its members to the latest software solutions and industry trends.

Construction Software and IT is edited by Vaughan Harris who has been in the construction industry for 22 years. Utilizing over 13 years of Quantity Surveying experience and 9 years in various management roles within construction software and document management companies, Vaughan is well qualified to lead this publication.

Vaughan previously worked at CCS, the leading construction software house in South Africa, where he gained extensive knowledge and experience in working with clients locally and internationally. His career has led him to specialize in construction software solutions and information management systems.

 

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September 2016

  • Cost Management – Excel vs Estimating software
  • Information Management - SaaS vs Cloud software
  • BIM – Differentiating between software and a process
  • Visual Design - Challenges and BIM intervention
  • Industry Trends - Document Controller vs Site Clerk
  • Mobile Technologies - How to get the most out of your mobile device on site
  • eLearning - eLearning for construction

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