Change is certainly a BIG word when it comes to running a business or organisation. It can take your business from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Change enables a business to thrive. To become a leader within their field. To stand out from the rest.
Sometimes there are situations that arise in business that initially appear as unimportant, or even as a waste of time. It is not uncommon for these moments to involve an element of change, particularly if it comes to integrating a new practice or system into a business that, on the surface, already appears to be working.
We have recently just rolled out a majorly revamped version of our iOS application. Whatever the operating system of your smartphone or tablet, you can now log shift data easier than ever before. The new iOS application has a new and improved workflow making it one of the best tools you can carry on site.
Field crews and supervisors make 100’s of decisions on our behalf daily which could cost or save money or time. They are always extremely busy and need to be provided with the right backup and tools from management. There are only a handful of tools on the market that have been designed in conjunction with the field crews to make their work effective and efficient. These tools make the complete project management process more transparent; highlighting safety quality and commercial issues.
Technological innovation is growing at a rate that vastly outstrips business productivity, according to a recent report by Deloitte.
What does this mean for you? Well, firstly, it’s an indicator that to keep up with the digital workplace, you need to be digital. Digital communication provides you with the ability to decentralise your workplace and your workforce. It also provides you with the power to include a greater level of transparency within your business units, because digital information is far easier to share with your workforce than a physical copy. Recently, Tracka went out on the road and completed several surveys on the local construction industry. It was surprising that in an industry dependent on keeping up with the latest changes in materials and technology, their digital infrastructure was almost non-existent.