5 Ways New Technology in the Construction Industry Can Optimize Your Workforce

DAN TAYLOR | August 13, 2018

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Introducing new technology into a construction business is intimidating. It can so fundamentally alter day-to-day processes that the upheaval is just too much for some small and midsize businesses (SMBs)-so they don’t do it. But in the face of the skilled labor shortage, it must be done.

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