We're excited to announce that FlowForma will be participating in this year's London Build Online, UK's largest online construction event! Throughout the series, the depths of the Global Digital Construction market will be explored with exclusive insights on future trends, key drivers, and the global response to digital transformation.
If you are responsible for digital transformation in your organization then this free virtual event, is not to be missed.
As part of this online series, FlowForma's Paul Stone will host a panel discussion alongside FlowForma construction customer, Nohman Awan, Digital Construction Lead at Balfour Beatty and global construction influencer, Andrew Gamblin, Digital Manager at Willmot Dixon.
Join our panel for real world insights into how construction organizations are finding new digital fixes to day to day construction processes.
Theme: Finding New Digital Fixes to Day-to-Day Construction Processes
When: May 19, 2021 @ 10:30am (EDT) / 3:30pm (GMT)
Where: Online Webinar
Suitable for: COOs, CIOs, CTOs, IT Managers, BIM Managers, Digital Transformation Managers, Business Analysts, Process Analysts, Business Managers, Operations Managers, HR Managers, Health & Safety Manager, Innovation Managers etc in Construction.
In this session, our panelists will discuss the importance of digitization and will share tips on how to best support a distributed workforce by digitizing manual processes. You'll hear real world insights from FlowForma customer Balfour Beatty and the panel will share ways to overcome common processes challenges, such as poor visibility, BIM compliance (ISO 19650) and project overruns.
Join this session to:
- Learn how to support a distributed workforce by digitizing manual processes
- Remove paper delays on a distributed site
- Experience rapid ROI and drive project efficiency
- Empower a remote workforce with mobile processes
- Overcome common processes challenges (poor visibility, BIM compliance, project overruns)
- Hear success stories from construction bodies around the globe