We are living in a business era defined by data and it’s no exaggeration to say that an organization is only as good as the data it has. This is especially true in the case of major land development projects, where survey data is used to guide decision making and ensure a development project that’s both time- and cost-effective. New land surveying technologies are helping to create more survey data than developers have ever had to worry about managing before. As a result, these developers need a new solution that can help them make sure data is available to all project stakeholders, both internal and external, without putting the company’s servers (or the sensitive data stored on those servers) at risk.
A cloud-based project management tool is the solution to these challenges. By providing the perfect balance between allowing access to important project data on one side and keeping company systems safe, this tool could make all the difference for your development project. Read this post to get a closer look at what a cloud project management tool is and why it can be so valuable to land developers.
Centralized Access to Data
In recent years, the growing use of tablets among field employees has helped maximize the potential of the cloud project management tool. This is because field workers will be able to use their tablets to access the latest maps and models without having to leave the site and can also share new information with the main project office as it’s gathered. As a result, the distance between field and office is effectively shrunk down to almost nothing and there’s little to prevent effective communication from occurring between the two groups.
To learn more about developing or utilizing Landpoint’s cloud project management tools and how they could help your development project, contact Landpoint today.