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Podcast: Digital Transformation Strategies for Construction

Episode Summary

The construction industry has been significantly impacted by digital transformation, going from Excel-based workflows to SaaS and cloud project management solutions. The key to a successful digital transformation is not just adopting new cloud solutions, but ensuring that that data is flowing between the different apps and stakeholders the way it should. Dr. Asif Sharif is LoadSpring’s Managing Director, his 30 years of experience in the Construction and Cloud computing markets make him a true digital transformation expert. In this episode of Data in Construction, he shares his experiences and advice about digital transformation for construction companies, and AEC in general.

Digital Transformation Strategies for Construction podcast

LoadSpring Managing Director, Asif Sharif, joins Hugh Seaton for episode 10 of the Data in Construction podcast. Data in Construction Podcast is a weekly discussion about how data is created, managed, analyzed and used in construction, architecture and property development. 

During this podcast, they discuss key Digital Transformation strategies for AEC industries in particular and how companies can be prepared for the ever-changing landscape.

Asif shares experiences and thoughts about these key subjects:

  • The ins and outs of Digital Transformation strategies for construction
  • The exponential growth of data and how LoadSpring can help harness and clean it through LoadSpring ProjectINTELTM
  • How this transformation process of data is key to Project Controls

Head over to the official Data in Construction page to watch this conversation unfold.

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