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March 7, 2022 - 3:59pm

As technology advances and new opportunities are presented, it might be time for your organization to move on to software that’s better suited to take care of its needs. Here are five reasons to move from an on-premise construction software solution to cloud-based construction software.

1. Single Set of Connected Data

Your organization will be more streamlined and efficient when using a connected construction platform. With a single set of connected data, everyone in your organization will have access to the information they need in real-time.

That means no more waiting around for paperwork to be delivered to the office, for data to be entered into the computer and documents to be shared between each individual platform. You deserve software that puts your needs first and makes sure you get what you need, when you need it.

2. Better Data Security

With cloud-based construction software, your data is protected by a variety of security benefits like multi-factor authentication, secure single sign-on, third-party security certifications, and much more. You don’t get that with on-prem software. What you do get is a higher likelihood of being the target of a cybersecurity attack. Cloud-based software helps better secures your data and your business.

3. Streamline Back-Office Processes

On-premise software often creates drawn out, manual processes that leads to a loss of time and money. By connecting the individual software solutions into a connected software suite, your office team will be better set up for success in the long-run.

When all organizational data is in a single location and updated in real-time, office staff aren’t burdened with manual entry. The potential for mistakes is decreased and office teams are able to spend more time focusing on more important tasks and projects. Why work harder when you can work smarter? 

4. Lower Cost

Stop throwing money at a lost cause! When your software is hosted on-prem, your organization will be responsible for the recurring costs of hardware, maintenance, software licensing, IT, and much more. With cloud-based construction software, these costs are often 4x less.

5. Easily Accessible Data

With connected, cloud-based software, your organization’s data is accessible anywhere, at any time, and you can trust that that information is consistently up to date and accurate. All your team needs is a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. This means that your employees can update and access real-time data from the field, without the need for a physical office.

If you are ready to learn more about cloud-based, connected construction software, click here to check out Trimble Construction One.