Project managers employed in the construction business have reported communication challenges being their team is constantly on the road. "We need to concentrate on construction, not on IT.” With all the critical safety and compliance regulations that take priority, technology tools for construction challenges should provide easy, effective resources to ensure communication and productivity.
Have you heard of the new office for construction? Microsoft Office 365 provides tools to help construction industries improve quality and trim timelines.
Office 365 in Construction
Office 365 provides access from anywhere.
Construction managers meet with clients to discuss the scope of the project. Then they relay the project ideas back to their team to create a plan. With Office 365, managers could eliminate a step by sharing files and working together on the same document.
Toolbox of communication.
Clear communication between project managers and workers is essential. Teams can join online meetings with HD video and screen sharing from anywhere or connect fast with social networking. This has been one of the key features utilized by construction companies because it helps them discuss project goals and achieve successful results.
Easily show clients a portfolio of past accomplishments by accessing secure data while on the road. Office 365 simplifies compliance by enabling you to archive, use in-place legal hold, and find the documents you need fast by searching across mailboxes, team sites, and recorded meetings.
Worry about construction, not IT.
Give your IT freedom, flexibility, and control while reducing your IT overhead. Connect your on-premises servers to Office 365 and run the latest version of Office side by side with a previous version while users transition.
For more information on deploying Office 365 in your organization, fill out the below contact form and an Office 365 expert will contact you shortly. Managed Solution can assist in deployment and/or migration of Office 365.
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