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Jonas Premier, a leading all-in-one, true cloud accounting, job cost and project management software, will be showcasing their solution as a Bronze Sponsor at the PlanGrid Construction Summit in San Francisco, California from June 10-11, 2018. The PlanGrid Construction Summit will bring together 500+ construction professionals and PlanGrid customers to network with their peers, learn from experts in the industry, and discover new ways to use PlanGrid to become even more productive. Join us to
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Construction is one of the oldest professions in the world and unique in the way that it has left visible monuments that allow us to track its evolution. From the old to the new, we can still see examples of every technological step forward we’ve ever taken. Today we’re going to take a look at what could represent the one of these major steps. Technology 3D printing holds nearly limitless potential, from creating niche replacement
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Beginnings are always messy and this is often true in the Construction Industry. Especially at the start of a new project, which can make the entire project messy from day one. Through proper planning, possible pitfalls can most definitely be avoided. The same can be said for implementing new construction software. Contractors often hesitate investing in a more efficient system – typically not due to the cost, but rather the anticipated stress associated with change management.
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Over the centuries, humans have developed new ways to build taller, stronger and more beautiful creations with game-changing materials – but what does the future hold for construction technology? In today’s world of rapidly advancing technology, many amazing new innovations come to mind that we believe will have a great impact on the future of construction. We have compiled a short list of three of the most exciting innovations. Some are even in use today.
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What is the difference between cloud and a hosted environment? With typical hosting, you’re offloading your servers to a third party hosting company who then looks after server management on your behalf. While at first glance this seems like a positive step in the right direction to reducing your overall IT costs, you’re still limited by the capacity of these servers and the network capacity of the provider. If you need more capacity, the hosting
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