Have you heard about Henry Gantt? Henry Gantt is best-known for creating his self-named scheduling diagram in the 1920s, the Gantt chart. A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule. Continue reading to learn more!
Have you ever read or heard about stunningly successful projects? Chances are, project management software was a key ingredient in their recipe for success. As it turns out, 77% of all high performing projects use some form of project management software! Fortunately, if you're reading this newsletters, you are using Builterra to manage all your construction projects and tasks!
Currently, just under 1 in 4 organizations use any kind of project management software. The rest are working with Excel, paper, or a patchwork of tools with sub-optimal integration. As a result, 54% of organizations lack the ability to track KPIs in real-time. What is a KPI? Read on to find out!
According to a survey conducted by the Project Management Institute, almost 10% of every dollar spent on a project is wasted due to poor budgeting and project performance. In other words, if $1 billion is invested, almost $99 million is wasted! That's a lot of wasted money, wouldn't you agree?
Did you know that the very first roads were merely tracks made on the ground by wild animals? People used these animal trails because they provided an easy and quick way to get through forests. In time, people began to improve these trails by filling the ruts with earth and laying logs across wet spots. These were the crude beginnings of road construction. Click to discover!
In T2’s Atlanta office, the availability of the customizable, automated data flow procedures, and of geolocation in particular, created an opportunity to work for the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) in an entirely new capacity, expanding subcontracted services in a way that amounts to a new business within T2’s existing business model.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
We are back with another installment of our newsletter; keeping you in the loop on everything Builterra for the month of December. In this installment, we bring you great new updates and some of our previously implemented client requests, which we did not include in November's issue of our user newsletter. We are also including a FAQ section, which we hope you find helpful.