ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
TRANSFORM THE INDUSTRY WITH DIGITAL AND ANALYTICS APPROACH
Engineering, Construction & Operations and Smart Infrastructure clients partner with us to gain disruptive innovation and increased productivity improvements in a digital, data and experience driven environment
Our deep industry knowledge helps our clients lead the revolution with technologies, solutions and practices that streamline operations, reduces risk and drives transformation; enabling our clients ‘Be Digital’ and ‘Build Digital’.
E&C stakeholders—including architects, engineers, and foremen—are more numerous and widely dispersed than those in most other industries. They need to communicate and align frequently, since certain changes, such as a seemingly minor modification to a materials order, could significantly increase timelines or costs if made too late in the game. We can build tools that promote digital collaboration—the online exchange of information—throughout all E&C project phases
E&C staff often need to update blueprints and other project documents while on site. Rather than returning to the office to complete such tasks, as these workers would have done previously, they can now make changes in the fields. Our tools for Contract Management, Performance Management and Document Management enable a digital enterprise which is always running smoothly
E&C companies typically encounter many difficulties, ranging from low productivity to delays in material shipments. Our applications help companies to manage project staffing across skilled traders or to monitor on-site productivity at the trade. Our applications help managers inspect remote sites by providing pictures and images tags or worker level
Every construction firm is a giant repository of data. Firms can advantage of this information by creating new applications that can collect thousands to billions of records from all source systems. These solutions apply advanced analytics and machine learning to data-both structured and unstructured-to optimize decision making for multiple topics