ProNovos-sponsored event aims to give construction contractors new strategies for maximizing the efficiency of their equipment programs.
ATLANTA (07/01/20)–A July 8 webinar focuses on how construction contractors can save huge amounts of money through strategic approaches to equipment management. [READ MORE]
Webinar with reps from ProNovos, OTL, Colorado State University and Eide Bailly explores how contractors are leveraging construction data analytics to game-plan future scenarios.
ATLANTA (05/28/20)–Contractors are using data analytics to rapidly respond to economic uncertainty in construction, said panelists in a May 20 webinar. [READ MORE]
Free event focuses on practical strategies and real-world questions, with representatives from ProNovos, OTL, Colorado State University and Eide Bailly.
ATLANTA (05/14/20)–A virtual panel discussion will explore how construction contractors can use data analytics to navigate everything from run-of-the-mill recessions to the unprecedented uncertainties triggered by COVID-19. [READ MORE]
ProNovos’ cloud-based platform enables Pacific Northwest contractor to track, manage and analyze business and project data; multiyear agreement lays foundation for further innovation.
ProNovos Publishes Case Study on Intelligent Resource Management in Construction
–Atlanta-based tech firm focuses on McClone Construction Co.’s use of ProNovos Operations Manager to track, manage and analyze equipment, personnel and other resources.
ProNovos Launches Operations-Focused Platform for Construction Biz
–New Operations Manager software gives construction companies a faster, easier and more insightful way to track, manage and analyze key data on bids, resources, equipment, schedules and more.
Data Scientist: Labor Shortage Likely Contributes to Opioid Abuse by Construction Workers
–Overwork born of the tight labor market can lead to exhausted workers and more dangerous job sites—conditions that could exacerbate opioid abuse, writes ProNovos Chief Data Scientist Bruce Orr.
ATLANTA (3/16/18) – Overwork caused by the labor shortage could be a factor in the problem of opioid abuse among construction workers, writes Bruce Orr, founder of construction data analytics firm ProNovos, in a new column for Construction Business Owner magazine. [READ MORE]