When Scary Data Goes Rogue, How will you fight it?

 Star Trek Insurrection: Data Gone Rogue

In Star Trek's 1998 Insurrection the android Officer Data goes rogue and wreaks havoc after experiencing a malfunction. Unfortunately this sci-fi film can get pretty close to reality when it comes to the construction industry. Today losing control of your plan data can be a very real threat to your construction business. This happens more than you might think after new software platform integration. Think you won't be impacted?  Take a look at these scary stats below.

The PlanGrid-FMI study recently reported the following insights on construction data:

  • Miscommunication and poor project data account for nearly half (48%) of all rework on U.S construction jobsites. 
  • Construction workers lose almost two full working days each week solving avoidable issues and searching for project information.
  • 22% of respondents attribute rework to poor project information, such as incorrect project data and difficulty accessing or sharing project data. 
  • $31B spent on rework in 2018 was due to miscommunication and inaccurate data on the job site (miscommunication costs the industry $17B each year; poor project data costs about $14.3B each year.)

What will you do if your data goes rogue with undetected mistakes causing costly rework?  Learn more about how BarkerBlue can help you prevent that up front, or help you get your data back in line if it has already strayed from your original plan.

From project set-up and current set administration, to RFI annotations and project logs, our team of industry pros can ensure that you are working off of the most current information.  BarkerBlue acts as administrators on your chosen platform(s) ensuring you can use the tools that work best for you with the security of knowing the information is accurate and identical for your whole team. 

Learn more at https://barkerbluebuild.com/

 

 

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