Data: The Lifeblood of Construction

LAURA BLACK | October 15, 2019

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The first surveyed 161 executive in nine industry sectors that still use a mix of spreadsheets and paper to coordinate contractor prequalification and other vital records. The report, by Verdantix and commissioned by Avetta, found that nearly half of respondents use spreadsheets for contractor reporting and analysis and 45% use them for job hazard analysis.

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