What construction technology is right for you? As technology companies continuously flood the construction industry with offerings, it has become a major challenge for construction companies to answer that question.
To help our members solve this challenge, the NECA Innovation team will be hosting a weekly webinar series highlighting fully-vetted construction technologies. Each session will be a sales-free educational overview of key functionalities and expert analysis on how a technology can be used in your business. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to help answer the question, "Is this the right technology for my business?"
Collecting valuable fabrication data like real-time statuses, performance metrics, complexity of work and more are far simpler when you have the right tools. MSUITE helps contractors leverage the work they are already doing to tell them things like how long a work package will take to fabricate, whether they’ll make a projected due date and budget, or if they have enough manpower in the shop without a lot of manual effort tracking and filling out spreadsheets.
This program will be delivered by Britton Langdon, President of MSUITE.
Britton Langdon is the founder and President of MSUITE, a construction software company located in the Midwest. With more than a decade in the construction industry, Britton uses his construction experience to spearhead the design and implementation of MSUITE’s products. Prior to MSUITE, Britton served as the Director of Support Operations & Business Development at Modern Piping where he directed their design and fabrication processes and subsequently sold those services to the industry.
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Due to the large number of attendees participating in this event, we recommend you join the webinar 10 minutes early to ensure your audio connection is working properly.