Combating Resistance to Change
Most organisations, regardless of their practical application, face the requirement to change at some point. Change is a necessary tool to overcome business inabilities; whether that’s applying new technologies or adapting to an evolving financial environment, it’s purpose remains the same. What might not be so apparent is that the employees within these organisations aren’t so fond of the repercussions that change can bring. Shifting business procedures delivers opportunity, and, a degree of uncertainty.
We Have Been Funded!
The team at Glaass is proud to announce that we have received our first round of funding. We are excited to see the team expand and continue our quest to delivering the best construction management software available. If you are a passionate individual and would like to get in contact with the team at Glaass feel free to contact us on the below links.
Building Software for Construction's Diversity!
Few enterprise sectors share the same scale of socio-professional diversification that large-scale construction companies typically house. Designing, constructing and delivering billion dollar infrastructure projects are the work of hundreds, and sometimes thousands of skilled and unskilled people, from variety of companies each specialising in specific trades. These companies, and their employees, collaborate together for any given duration for the common goal of project completion.
Where Email Fails!
Emailing is an incredibly convenient and popular tool for transferring information in the digital age we live in. They’re easy to create, fast to send and accessible on virtually any device. It’s for these reasons it has become so widely adopted in personal and professional sectors. It’s a system the construction industry has depended heavily upon to quickly and easily disseminate correspondence within project teams. When considering the evolvement of emailing, nothing is seen to have drastically changed, but why should it?
Technology, Software and Construction
The technology industry is one that has advanced at unprecedented rates, and with tech heavyweights like Apple and Google, this movement is unlikely to change any time soon. Consider the mobile phone – a device ten years ago used for calling and text messaging, has evolved into a pocket sized gadget that is more powerful than the first computer sent to space. The push for faster and thinner has drastically altered the way consumers use mobile phones.