The construction industry has been slow to adopt technology. Shifting to cloud technologies could bring much-needed growth and increase.
In 2018, at least 77% of enterprises were using the cloud for a portion of their day-to-day computing, whether it was through a cloud-based application or other services. This shift in priority across different industries is more than a trend. Companies are seeking new ways to build, increase efficiency, and remain flexible in a constantly changing technological environment.
The construction industry is no different. By leveraging cloud technology, companies in one of the most time and information-sensitive industries could increase performance, expand company influence, and absolutely transform the construction industry.
Cloud technology has the capacity to benefit construction companies throughout the life-cycle of a project, from the office to the job site. What areas are most influenced by transitioning your company from onsite services to cloud-based technology?
According to Deloitte, the construction industry has been slower to adopt digital technologies. Shifting focus to a cloud-based system and applications, however, could mean all the difference in how construction companies advance into the future. By incorporating advanced solutions available in cloud computing, companies will have the ability to increase safety, reduce costs, get real-time insights and analytics, and have the capacity to increase productivity and sales in a highly competitive market.
Fuelled Networks provides industry-specific IT and cloud migration services throughout Ottawa, Kingston, Brockville, and Eastern Ontario. Our knowledge and experience in the construction industry allow us to provide real, state-of-the-art solutions for our customers that meet and exceed industry standards. Connect with us to learn more about how cloud technology can benefit your company.
Published On: 2nd November 2019 by Ernie Sherman.