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Boost productivity with tech tools already onsite

Boost productivity with tech tools already onsite

by KARL SORENSEN

Need help making your project run more smoothly and efficiently? Know you need something new to boost productivity, but you're not sure what, and you don't know where to look? Well, the help you're seeking may already be in your pocket, or just a few clicks away on your laptop. So, before you start searching high and low for answers, possibly wasting time and adding to your frustration, you may want to download the new free eBook from jobsite communications guru, Bridgit.

This month, the Kitchener, Ontario-based tech firm has published 5 Free Ways to Increase Your Productivity On-site... Using the Technology You Already Have. Authored by Bridgit customer experience manager Alannah Bird, the quick-read offers simple, effective ways for any project manager to better leverage existing tech devices to improve scheduling, reduce down time and maximize performance. "It's all about breaking down the barriers and making technology feel more accessible," explains Bird. "We want to provide free and informative resources to help people use technology better in their day-to-day."

From mobile phones to cloud collaboration software, the eBook also includes a full palette of hyperlinked, detailed how-to guides, for those looking for step-by-step instructions. "The suggestions we present here have little-to-no barriers to entry, meaning that anyone can start using them right away without going through any approval process," adds Bird. "It's a great place to start."

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The eBook series is consistent with how Bridgit sees itself, as a problem-solver dedicated to improving project communication and overall efficiency. The more comfortable project team members are with their proliferating collaborative tech tools, the better for Bridgit, and for the industry, as a whole -- in Canada, the U.S., and the rest of the world. With that in mind, "we are continuing to build a library of resource-based eBooks, white papers and how-to guides," says Bird. So, the future is here. There are even fewer excuses now to not be ready for it.

To download your free copy of Bridgit's eBook, click here.

Based in Ontario, Canada, Bridgit specializes in cloud-based mobile and web construction software that lets AEC teams collaborate in real time. Its product line, Closeout, helps contractors streamline project punch-out processes via mobile and cloud platforms. Co-founders Lauren Hasegawa and Mallorie Brodie started the firm two years ago this month. For more, read BuiltWorlds' recent profile of the company here.

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