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On-Demand Groundbreak 2020 | How data will help firms survive and thrive in uncertain times.
Note about the Final Quiz:
After completing the course content you will take the final quiz. You'll need to answer 3/3 (100%) of the questions correctly in order to pass this course.
Construction firms are facing exceptional levels of uncertainty. With the coronavirus still spreading, varying levels of economic restrictions in place, and national elections weeks away, contractors are desperate for signs of how demand for projects will vary by region and type. Equally important are the prospects for supply-chain disruptions, materials prices, and availability of employees, subcontractors and government workers needed to approve projects. Fortunately, this uncertainty and confusion is occurring at a time when there is more data available about the current state of the industry, and the overall economy, than ever before.
Learn how executives with access to new data sources and greater insights into current market conditions are making better, more-informed decisions. At a time when the industry is shrouded in uncertainty, putting this real-time data to work will make it much easier for contractors to plan for the future.
- Learn how executives are utilizing data sources to make more informed decisions.
- Identify the information that you are already collecting through your tech stack.
- Assess the impacts of supply-chain disruptions, materials prices, and availability of prices through a new lens––your data
- Learn best practices for incorporating data into your decision-making processes.
Continuing Education Credit:
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Course Title: How data will help firms survive and thrive in uncertain times.
Course Number: PC-374
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 0.5 AIA LU
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