There are many leaders that saw technology as table stakes. “Oh yes, we have to have a great platform and showing advancement.” Well, the last 8 months have accelerated that need, so fast, beyond people’s budgets, beyond people’s capabilities, and their preparedness for this. So companies are needing to go out there to find that expertise in some cases, or if they have that expertise, to get the budget for that. If there is a lesson to be learned it is that if you are not looking for technology to be one of the greatest investments in your company you will very likely be left behind the competition.
We are thrilled to be kicking off a new season of BUILTCAST with our guest, Sam Ruben. Sam Ruben is the co-founder of MIGHTY BUILDINGS and proves that the construction industry still has many innovations yet to come.
We wanted to talk with Kerri and Andre because of their innovative approach to building out interiors from hospitals, to offices, and more. What we found out is that their technology is truly disrupting the way not only the initial construction phase is performed, but the way we think about the entire lifecycle of a structure.
Our guest this week is Dustin Anderson, Vice President of Construction And Real Estate at Sage. We wanted to talk with Dustin because construction technology is a rapidly changing and developing world and we had to ask … what is the company behind the #1 selling construction software doing to move that needle forward. What we found out is that it’s all about looking at where they’ve been and simply put … listening to their customers.
We sat down with WCOE KC member Michele Roberts-Bauer, the President of ABC Heart of America to uncover how the industry is working together.
This week, we sat down with John Goecke, President & CEO of Stratusvue to talk Machine Learning in construction, a fairly new topic for this industry. What we found out is that Machine Learning will unlock new potential for file sharing across the construction landscape.
Our guest today Brian Schwartze, is the COO at Kinzler Construction Services – he’s a featured speaker at the Build What Matters Summit – so if you like this episode, he’ll take a deeper dive into what we talked about here at the summit.
We talked with Tracy Apperson and her team at IMA Financial Group about how taking a team approach to insurance, claims, and more for the construction industry leads to better problem solving.