Digital Construction Workforce Management — What’s the Real ROI? [VIDEO]

Male and female construction workers with blue hard hats managing their workforce at a construction site on a tablet.

When it comes to the business of construction, you hear a lot about trying to obtain a return on investment (ROI). There’s a lot of guarantees, false promises, hopeful wishing and unfortunately at times, not a whole lot of following through. However, achieving ROI is critical for success. Without it, it’s impossible to continuously improve, obtain new resources or build new ideas. 

Achieving an ROI in the construction industry can be the difference between success and failure. 

You need to have the right tools, people and resources that set you up for the right jobs that fit your business. 

Who

Electrician Needs Scissor Lift Certification 

From general to speciality contractors, needs and requirements can vary depending on the type of job, required skill set and more. No matter what, storing and keeping track of this information is a tall task and extremely important. Proactively knowing when a certification is expiring for one person takes some research, but doing it for an entire workforce can be daunting. LaborChart can help with this.

In the video below, we’ve outlined a simple ROI scenario. In this example, an electrical contractor achieves tremendous ROI after implementing a digital workforce management tool — one that tracks these certifications, skillsets and other critical people and project data. Without digital workforce management, the contractor would have lost a lot of time and a lot of money.

But with it? Well, just play the video below.

What

True Success Goes Beyond Dollars and Cents

Calculating your ROI isn’t always necessarily tied to money—that’s too easy. Discovering real ROI comes when you consider time savings, boosting employee morale and creating peace of mind throughout your organization. These factors can be hard to measure, but easy to notice over time. When combined, ongoing consideration of these elements can set your business up for success today and into the future.

List of real returns on investment from a workforce management platform.

Why

Workforce Management Software Creates Real ROI

Managing your workforce with a digital platform not only saves you headaches from wondering who’s where and the status of various projects, it also opens new doors of clarity for your entire roster. Your people know where they’re going next, the leadership team is caught up on ongoing initiatives, there’s a steady stream of communication and new efficiencies are popping up every day. With a cloud-based construction workforce management solution, your work goes from reacting to situations that constantly rise to the surface  in the construction industry to proactively planning for the future. 

Discover the endless possibilities LaborChart can provide for your organization and book a demo today.

Sales Operations Manager
Brian Witt has been with LaborChart for nearly 4 years. In his current position as Sales Operations Manager, Brian is responsible for developing and overseeing a smooth, effective sales process to enable growth for LaborChart.

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