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Mobile Technology: What Every CFM Should Know 
Date/Time:
July 11, 2012   3:00pm - 4:30pm
 
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The primary objective of every Construction Financial Manager (CFM) is to provide accurate, timely information. Some of the latest mobile technologies are revolutionizing the way in which CFM’s can achieve this objective and stay ahead of their competition. Utilizing devices such as smart phones and tablet computers, construction companies can create new opportunities for improving operating efficiencies, increasing productivity and cutting costs.

This Webinar will provide you with an overview of the various field technologies available to construction contractors ranging from installation detailing, GPS assisted layout, to visual production tracking and field accessible project management and job costing. The overview will extend beyond the basics and dive deeper into topics critical to financial managers including the infrastructure required to implement the technology, realistic implementation timelines, early adoption risks and methods of analyzing the return on investment. Presenters, Brian Andrew and David Brown, both Senior Consultants at D. Brown Management, will bring both a financial and operational perspective on the benefits of field technology for the construction industry and how it can positively impact your company’s bottom line.

After This Session, You Will Be Able To:
  • Evaluate the benefits of field mobile technology;
  • Identify the different types mobile technology platforms;
  • Discuss the pros and cons of integrating disparate technology systems versus selecting an already integrated system focusing on all aspects including the end-user, cost, risk, maintenance and potential for errors.

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