Digital Strategy for the Construction Industry
6th March 2019, 6PM
Andaz Hotel | London, UK
The Construction industry has been underserved by technology for too long; new regulations, falling productivity levels and penalties for project overruns are now driving technology adoption which is already standard in other industries.
McKinsey highlight that productivity gains of between 50-60% could be achieved through the adoption of digital and manufacturing technologies; a critical step change in an increasingly globalised market.
With this in mind, HCL and Infor have partnered to develop Cloud-based solutions specifically for the Construction industry; An integrated platform that spans project planning, design, construction, operations, and asset management, maintenance and personnel to provide a seamless single source real-time view of project design, cost, and schedule.
Whether you are leading a digital plan in your company, on a committee to research options, or are involved in the selection and deployment of new technologies, please come and meet with us.
Join your peers at this industry networking dinner to discover how technology can drive up productivity, ensure compliance with the latest regulations and positively impact financial returns.
Krishna is an industry veteran with 30 years of experience in IT services. He is responsible for HCL’s global delivery of multiple
Infor products, including Infor LN, M3 and System 21. His team of over 650 experts manage global implementations, upgrades, and managed services.
Krishna has a pulse on industry trends and new technology allowing him to help clients gain business value by ensuring consistency in user experience.
Throughout his career, he has worked tirelessly to establish a collective vision and goals with each customer.
Andaz Hotel – Set in a grand Victorian building on a road lined with bars and restaurants, this chic hotel dating from 1884 sits next to London Liverpool Street train station. It’s 4 miles from Buckingham Palace.
Address: 40 Liverpool St, London EC2M 7QN
Wednesday, 6th March 2019 | 6:00PM – 9:30PM