There were a number of enhancements made to Viewpoint’s Spectrum Construction Management Software solution as part of its 2020 R3 release in December, including year-end regulatory enhancements, the ability to now purge unposted transactions, a refresh button and new ePayments features
Article written by Kati Viscaino on the Viewpoint blog
How modern construction software can help make HR processes more efficient and mitigate errors associated with construction timecards
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5 Best Practices to Ensure Change Orders are not Bringing Your Company Down
CFMA Benchmarker Data Now Accessible Directly from Viewpoint Analytics, Providing Continuous Access to Valuable Industry Information
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Submittals are one of the most vital parts of the processes and workflows around construction projects. The submittal process assures owners that their plans and specs are clearly understood by both contractors and subcontractors building the project. This process ensures both quality control and contractual compliance per the plans and specifications.
A typical construction project, though, can feature hundreds, if not thousands of submittals and workflows around them. Delays in processing or last-minute submittals can lead to problems — including requests for information (RFIs) and change orders — which can cause significant project delays, impacting both productivity and deliverability.
Contractors have long sought for ways to improve their submittal processes to streamline their projects’ productivity and mitigate risk of errors due to late or incomplete information.
Stuck in the Manual Process Mud
Making matters worse, many contractors are still relying on manual approaches to submittals.
Using Viewpoint Field Management to Integrate and Share Real-Time Information
Everyone knows the jobsite is where the magic happens. It’s where all of those construction project concepts and drawings get realized in physical form and where different teams with different specialties come together to work collaboratively toward a common goal.
In today’s modern operating environment, contractors need new ways to realize efficiencies, mitigate risks and streamline work to compete. Relying on manual processes or outdated, stand-alone technology to collect and share project data leaves projects more vulnerable to costly mistakes and rework, conflicts or work stoppages that can delay projects, upset clients and shrink profits.
More and more contractors are turning to powerful, cloud-based construction management solutions like Viewpoint Vista, which provides a complete platform of integrated functionality. Delivered in the cloud, that functionality extends to real time data, collaboration and automated workflows from the back office to the field (and vice versa).
Article written by Andy Holtmann on the Viewpoint blog
When disaster strikes, having the right technology and a solid plan in place can ensure limited business disruption
Hurricane Dorian, like so many before it, left a swath of destruction from the Bahamas to the east coast of the United States. Whether a hurricane, fire, flood or other disaster of any type, the communities impacted often rely on construction companies to quickly get things moving in a positive direction. To ensure your construction firm can immediately get to the business of helping its community it’s vital to have a meticulous crisis plan — and the right technology — in place.