Even before the pandemic, the construction sector was embarking on a digital transformation journey to improve operational efficiency, increase collaboration, and allow the industry to take on large workloads with smaller workforces. The pandemic only accelerated this trend, particularly in the areas of digital collaboration, BIM, and design. However, more than half of all software and hardware companies choose to specialize in specific niches to differentiate themselves in a saturated marketplace, and construction companies can find it hard to develop a technology stack that works well for them.
Business leaders can choose between two approaches to designing and employing a technology stack: a best-of-breed approach that combines different applications that are the best in their respective fields, or a single-vendor approach, which simplifies the process for businesses who simply do not want the hassle of putting together a bespoke set of solutions for themselves.
In this article, Tom Stemm – Founder/CEO of Ryvit – explores:
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- Why best-of-breed technology outperforms single-vendor solutions every time
- Why integration is crucial to get the most out of a best-of-breed technology stack