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Steve Harper

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Is Your Team Less Productive?

Posted by Steve Harper on May 3, 2017 10:00:00 AM

I recently sat down with author and attention management expert Maura Nevel Thomas to discuss a problem that I know a lot of our clients and stakeholders face - information overload. It was a marvelous conversation that we actually got on video that I look forward to bringing to you in the next few weeks.

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Topics: Choosing Software

Project Team Leader

Posted by Steve Harper on Apr 27, 2017 2:00:00 PM

As CEO of Owner Insite I am committed to helping construction teams of all sizes utilize our construction project management software to help facilitate a better project experience for everyone. In fact our stated goal is simple - provide the right people with a predictable, repeatable process supported by easy to use technology that makes everyone's jobs a little bit easier.

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Topics: Choosing Software

Encourage Questions From Your Project Team

Posted by Steve Harper on Apr 18, 2017 10:30:00 AM

How long does it take for an RFI to be responded to on your project?

Why are Submittals not being answered in a timely basis by the Architect?

Who is going to take care of that safety issue raised during last week's meeting?

Why does the budget seem to be off?

Shouldn't someone keep track of these back and forth emails, just in case?

Where is all the documentation kept for the project?

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Topics: Choosing Software

Looking For New Construction Software?

Posted by Steve Harper on Mar 30, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Are you beginning the search for new construction software? There are so many great software packages out there - so many in fact, it can be overwhelming. We look to eliminate a lot of the confusion by being straightforward, upfront and focused on building a partnership with our clients, not simply selling software.

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Construction Project Management Software

Posted by Steve Harper on Mar 21, 2017 1:30:00 PM

Why Is It Necessary?

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Why Owners Need Their Own Construction Software - Part 4

Posted by Steve Harper on Mar 15, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Know What You Need To Know

In the past three posts in this series we outlined several reasons for why an Owner should require some collaborative construction project management software be used on their construction project. Whether it be gaining necessary visibility on a project or providing a platform and a process for the entire team to document, track and manage critical data, owner-focused software is essential for a good project outcome.

So why do owners still feel reluctant to insist on software being used by the team?

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Topics: Owner Series

Choosing Construction Project Management Software Can Be Hard

Posted by Steve Harper on Mar 6, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Holy Cow Batman So Many Options

Trying to find the right project management software for your team can be overwhelming to say the least.

We're not so vain to think that every construction team should be using a tool like Owner Insite even though we are the industry's easiest software available today. Wait maybe that was an overstep. Or maybe not? Hmm.....

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Topics: Choosing Software

Why Owners Need Their Own Construction Software - Part 3

Posted by Steve Harper on Feb 27, 2017 10:50:39 AM

Information is power. 

Not just for the Owner but for the entire construction team. In fact, you might say it's the foundation for a good construction project process and outcome.

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Topics: Owner Series

Why Owners Need Their Own Construction Software - Part 2

Posted by Steve Harper on Feb 16, 2017 2:20:40 PM

LARGE AND IN CHARGE

In our last post we started to discuss why owners need their own construction software. Based on the traffic and inquires we've received over this past week, we clearly hit a nerve.

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Topics: Owner Series

Why Owners Need Their Own Construction Software - Part 1

Posted by Steve Harper on Feb 10, 2017 9:03:49 AM

Tom, an area director for a growing non-profit in the Dallas Fort Worth area, always assumed their contractor had their back. After all they’d worked with the same company for the past 10 years on a wide range of renovation and new construction projects without issue.

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