Industry-specific benchmarking reports built on years of in-depth industry data, collected using our innovative diagnostic programs. We aggregate the data across hundreds of IT departments in your industry to give you tailored vertical insights, all packaged in professional boardroom-ready reports.
Construction Reference Architecture
Reference architectures built on years of industry expertise, honed by analysts working with real IT professionals in your industry. Leverage industry best practices so you don’t waste time and money reinventing the wheel.
Establishing a Balanced Scorecard for IT Performance in the Road and Highway Construction Industry Is an Important Complement to IT Strategy
June 17, 2019
The IT balanced scorecard must go beyond the usual IT metrics. To be most effective, it must demonstrate the value IT provides and reflect corporate or agency strategies and goals.
Problematic IT Processes for Construction: Portfolio Management, Enterprise Architecture, and Organizational Change Management
May 13, 2019
Info-Tech’s IT Management & Governance Diagnostic provides industry-level insights on the challenges of IT departments. We use a concept known as Service Gap to compare the rated importance of a particular IT process with its effectiveness. Use this data to review the existing IT strategy and ensure that it includes initiatives that adequately address these shortcomings.
December 7, 2018
The economy is booming, and construction is going along for the ride. Increased business is forcing many building and construction companies to improve their supporting business systems. Take a proactive and structured approach to identifying and selecting providers of construction management software.
September 7, 2018
Smart building technology can provide retailers with significant savings in operational costs.
How Technology Isn’t Disrupting the Construction Industry (and Why That’s Not Necessarily a Bad Thing)
July 10, 2018
“Disruption” has been the prevailing buzzword in business and tech circles for a number of years now, and the minimal digital footprint within the construction industry has analysts declaring that the industry is “ripe for disruption.” Before we all hop aboard the bandwagon, let’s take a moment to explore the term and its relevancy for the day-to-day challenges the industry as a whole is facing.