Digitalisation is helping to boost productivity and create efficiencies
This year, the coronavirus pandemic has left no stone unturned when it comes to its far-reaching impact. The construction industry has been no stranger to this with the unscheduled closures of jobsites, supply chain issues projects put on hold, and managing the new guidelines coming into place.
Getting jobsites and projects back up and running, boosting productivity and creating efficiencies has been a key focus. The good news is, many businesses are incorporating digitalisation into their processes to do this. In fact, we’ve previously drawn on statistics from a recent survey suggesting that 66% of companies have adopted new digital solutions during this years’ lockdown with a further 94% reporting direct improvements to working following the introduction.
The even better news is that digitalisation doesn’t have to be a huge undertaking on your part, there are several approaches you can take to start incorporating digitalisation into your business. Here at Hilti, we understand that it’s not a one-size-fits-all and we can support you in using digital services to complement your current processes.
Our ON!Track asset management software is a great place to start, allowing you to keep track of what tools, consumables and equipment you have, where they are and who is using them. A new iteration of ON!Track is launching in 2021 with ON!Track 3.0, offering even more sophisticated features to improve tool park productivity and efficiency. Keep your eyes on our channels for more updates into the new year!