Five Questions to Ask When Selecting a New Project Management System

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Procore
Presented by Maha Harrison, Eric Elfner, and Brett Barnes

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize the pros and cons of many construction management software systems on the market today, including WorkflowMax, Procore, BuildTools, eSub and others.
  2. Analyze why some systems work better than others for specific market niches, such as healthcare and office construction.
  3. Identify types of CM systems that meet the specific documentation needs of your company, from owners to subcontractors.
  4. Develop a practical checklist to help you select cost- and task-appropriate CM software.

Credits:

1 AIA LU
1 AIC CPD
0.1 IACET CEU*
1 PDH*
This test is no longer available for credit

Not all companies have the same project management needs when managing a project. What’s important to a specialty trade contractor may not be important to a construction manager or a design-builder. However, one thing is certain: to manage how efficient and productive your company is, you need to have key project information at your fingertips, including accurate job costs, updates on materials, document management, budgeting, scheduling and more.

Maha Harrison is currently working for Hill International, Inc., a leading, global project and construction management consulting firm, Maha Harrison provides a vital link between the company’s information technology initiatives and construction consulting services. Maha coordinates Hill’s project management system launches and upgrades, facilitating communication in the field, initiating and troubleshooting project management software, identifying project management system deficiencies and implementing solutions.

Eric Elfner is the Director of IT at CG Schmidt, a leading Milwaukee construction services firm. His expertise includes Strategic IT Planning, software selection, software implementation and infrastructure improvements. Mr. Elfner has led implementations of accounting, job cost, project management, CRM, field management, estimating and other systems in the construction and manufacturing industries. He has an MBA from Marquette University and has taught at local technical colleges (MATC and WCTC.)

Brett Barnes grew up in Katy, Texas and attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock to study Construction Engineering Technology. During his time at Texas Tech Brett took an internship with SpawGlass and D.E. Harvey Builders in Houston, was Treasure of the AGC and the Founder & President of the USGBC-S. Upon Graduating in 2009, Brett worked for a subcontractor providing structural concrete repair and restoration services before returning to D.E. Harvey Builders in the Fall of 2010 where he is now a project manager. His passions include company operations and technology which lead him to organize a PM software committee to evaluate and recommend a company-wide technology solution to the Board of Directors. Brett serves on the Procore Advisory Committee (PAC) and the Harvey Builders Technology Committee.



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Procore Technologies, Inc.
Procore Technologies, Inc. provides cloud-based construction software to clients across the globe. Using its award-winning suite of project management tools, thousands of Procore users manage all types of construction projects including industrial plants, office buildings & more. https://www.procore.com/

 

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