Is your current construction project management software the best tool for the job? Is it possible that having a more appropriate tool could facilitate your processes while being more effective and easier to use? Read More...
Do you still believe the old saw that a messy desk is a sign of productivity? Maybe it’s time to rethink that outdated concept and clean up that workspace once and for all. In times past, a cluttered workspace may have been unavoidable. Architects and engineers alone with their slide rules, drafting tools and mountains of paper could easily host a messy desk convention. Think of all the tools of many trades that have been replaced by smartphones, tablets and laptop or desktop computers. Computer aided drawings, computation software and well-defined file systems have streamlined many processes, but not everyone has kept up with this trend. Read More...
The Construction industry is by nature rife with risk; there is always danger of some sort of mistake, equipment liability or catastrophic injury. This is true on construction projects large and small. An added risk exists if local governments make changes to their legislation and the changes are not picked up on right away by a construction company. Read More...
Do you have a Smartphone? Of course you do. Smartphones have become a necessary tool in the pockets of people around the world. In addition to being the lynchpin of social media, from camera, datebook, flashlight, GPS, calculator, personal secretary and television to, of all things, a phone, we wonder how we ever got along without them. Read More...
IPM combines core functionality, rapid integration, and flexibility into a powerful solution for design-build construction firm. Read More...
IPM Global are proud to be associated with Construction Executive's October Edition as a CE2014 Hot Company. Read More...
Whether you’re an Android enthusiast, or an iPhone loyalist…smartphones of all and any kind have become the communication hub of business, no not in business, in all facets of society. The era of the smartphone is well and truly underway. Lets face it everyone under the age of 70 has one, and most of those over it…even if they don’t quite know how to use it. Read More...
There are few industries in the world that have more inherent risks than the construction industry. Whether it is a custom home or a new skyscraper in a major metropolitan city, there is always a chance of some catastrophic injury or mistake. Read More...
At one time, it was generally accepted that a messy desk was a sign of productivity. Architects, engineers and others who are in similar fields are notorious for this common misconception. The actuality of a messy desk is in fact grounded in historical fact; these professionals would normally have slide rules, graphing tools and other necessary items at an arm's reach. Read More...
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- Project Management Software: Getting the Most from Your Tools
- Clean up Your Messy Desk with an IPM Global Project Management Solution
- Project Management to Mitigate Construction Legislation Risk
- 7 Quick Ways to Improve Your Business with Your Smartphone
- Case Study - The Opus Group
- IPM Global - Hot Company
- Take a Minute to Improve Your Business with Your Smartphone
- Construction Legislation and Project Management
- Debunking the myth of the messy desk
- Is your project management software the sharpest tool in the shed?
- The Workflow Blues
- IPM Global's Project Management Software receives MVP support.
- SOX Compliance – Is Your Project Costing system up to it?
- Project Management Process - Are QSE (Quality Safety and Environment) Registers Integral?
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