2018 CMAA Capital Projects Symposium

2018 CMAA Capital Project Symposium Recap

March 27, 2018 by Lydon Solutions

Our team had a wonderful time highlighting our construction management solutions at the CMAA Capital Projects Symposium in Denver.  Here are a few photos and some of our takeaways from the event.

It was great to see all our friends and colleagues at this year’s CMAA Capital Project Symposium. We enjoyed getting to share some of our latest solutions for construction project management and learn about the latest trends in the industry.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth to talk with our team!

What we heard at the CMAA symposium this year

We look forward to the CMAA Capital Project Symposium every year as an opportunity to hear from industry professionals about their everyday challenges and experiences in the field. This kind of feedback from our peers informs the work we do and the direction we take in creating our solutions.

Here are a few insights we gained from the event.

Flexibility and customizability are key

Several of the attendees we talked with lamented that their current project management information system (PMIS) locked them into a specific project workflow that oftentimes did not suit their needs.

They were also frustrated at paying for a big-ticket solution and only using 10% of its functionality.

Users are discovering the powerful capabilities of SharePoint for project management

SharePoint is so much more than a document repository. Many of the attendees we spoke with are just discovering SharePoint’s full range of project management capabilities. At the same time, many organizations are moving to Office 365 and adopting SharePoint online.

Construction Viz and our new Construction Viz Apps are the right solution at the right time

What we heard at the symposium underscores the fact that every organization out there has unique needs. Also, we believe that no organization should have to overpay for systems with features that they don’t need. Attendees we spoke with want a solution that conforms to their requirements, not the other way around.

It was precisely this kind of feedback that is behind our new lineup of Construction Viz Apps for SharePoint and Office 365. Users can now get all the features and convenience of Construction Viz, our powerful construction project management solution, customized to meet their specific needs.

Construction Viz and Construction Viz Apps give you the ultimate flexibility to deploy the solution that fits your organization’s requirements:

• Need a turnkey PMIS solution in the cloud? The SaaS version of Construction Viz gives you a flexible, subscription-based construction project management solution in the cloud.

• Need a custom PMIS managed on premise? Deploy a fully customizable enterprise version of Construction Viz in your own data center.

• Already using SharePoint 2013 or 2016 on-site? Construction Viz Apps for SharePoint let you install the functionality you need directly into your own SharePoint environment.

• Moving to Office 365? Construction Viz Apps for Office 365 enable you to add just the features you need into SharePoint Online.

Whatever version of Construction Viz you select, you get a powerful and flexible construction project management solution designed around your organization’s processes by professionals that have both construction and IT experience. Go to constructionviz.com to learn more.

Stay tuned for more Construction Viz Apps announcements

We have a many exciting announcements coming about Construction Viz Apps. In the meantime, if you missed demos of our Construction Viz Project Tracker or Form Apps for SharePoint or want to learn more, make sure to contact us to set-up your free consultation.

Photos courtesy of CMAA
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