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?"
There is a way to tighten up your job site inefficiencies in order to avoid:
1) electricians sitting idle without the right part
2) cash sitting in overstocked inventory
3) tools walking off the job site
Seven of the top eight electrical distributors and many smaller ones use the eTurns TrackStock App to automate replenishment with their contractors. The good news? You don’t have to implement this on your own - you just have to let your distributor know you want this service. In this presentation, we’ll show you how eTurns TrackStock can help you decrease inventory levels by up to 73% through optimization and min/max tuning. We’ll review how our reporting tools and analytics can give you scheduled insights into usage by project and phase, how our tool tracking app works, and how we can help manage inventory on service trucks. Get more info and testimonials at: www.eturns.com.
Presenting this webinar will be Rock Rockwell, CEO of eTurns.
Rock Rockwell is a 35-year tech industry executive and entrepreneur with a passion for building transformative technology and educating people about how it can optimize the way they do business. He joined eTurns in 2005 with a vision to build on eTurns reputation as the leading provider of remote stockroom inventory management. Rock helped spot the need across multiple industries for more productive and automated techniques at the-point-of-use to replenish and manage stockroom inventories.
Previously, Rock worked with IBM in numerous executive roles, both domestically and internationally. While living in Japan, he managed the marketing planning for 17 Asia-Pacific countries. After moving back to the corporate offices, Rock led sales planning for IBM worldwide. Subsequently, he became the CEO of InAlysys, an analytic software company, where he raised an $8 million series A round of funding and later sold the company to The TriZetto Group, Inc.
Rock earned a BA degree in Zoology from the University of Colorado. He later earned an MBA in finance from New York University while serving in the U.S. Coast Guard as an officer at the Supply Center in Brooklyn, New York.
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