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Steve Harper

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Why We Don't Want To Be Goliath

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

A customer of ours recently sent me an article about another construction project management software (competitor) that had just closed a big round of funding. The email said, "Steve, why aren't you doing this? They should be investing in Owner Insite because your product is so much better than theirs!"

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Topics: Choosing Software, Insider, goliath

Custom Construction Software? Pretty Close!

Posted by Steve Harper on Oct 27, 2017 11:00:00 AM

This week my team launched even more new features to our project management software that we're pretty excited about. In fact over the last few months, Owner Insite has quietly launched new features and capabilities that are making us an even more formidable competitor to some of the industries self-proclaimed "best" construction project management software platforms.

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Topics: custom construction software, capital budget, school bond

KRACK Creates WiFi Security Concern

Posted by Steve Harper on Oct 20, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Many of our users use WiFi to access their project data and there is a new security threat that you will want to be aware of and take action to prevent immediately.

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Topics: Wifi Vulnerability, Public Wifi, KRACK

Take The Seat Marked "Owner" At The Table

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

I recently had a conversation with the Director of Construction for a school district here in Texas. He and his team are facing a mountain of work over the next few years thanks to the recent passage of a school bond.

He had been put in contact with us by a colleague from another school district that uses Owner Insite for construction project management software. Despite the high praise and recommendation from our client, I could sense a fair bit of skepticism on his part as we spoke. 

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Topics: Owner Series

Owner Insite Is Not Just for Teams Anymore

Posted by Steve Harper on Jul 27, 2017 11:30:00 AM

 

 

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Topics: Insider

Excuse Me While I Brag A Bit

Posted by Steve Harper on Jul 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM

I hope you'll indulge me a bit while I brag on a couple of things that, as CEO, make me extremely proud.

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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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