Engineering and construction firms need every edge they can get in their competitive business environment. Let us provide context for the growing risk of cyberthreats and share stories of contractors who have successfully pursued cybersecurity as an advantage in their market.
It’s time to determine where your company is—and where it needs to be—on the technology maturity curve. Without a strong technological backbone, no organization is going to go far in today’s business world.
Recovering from the pause to everyday life caused by COVID-19 will be a demanding process. To be direct, for consumers, employees, and businesses, life after COVID-19 will be vastly different than before quarantine changed daily life.
One way to meet the rising demands of your consumers is through a custom web application designed to expand your business’ connection to its customers and provide functionality that caters to your specific business challenges and goals.
But before you jump into investing time and money into developing your own app, there are many things to consider.
Many business understand the importance of a website, but do not have the resources or knowledge to focus on their site’s user experience (UX), the sum of all a user’s thoughts, feelings and opinions about how a wbesite or application functions, looks and feels.
Our current global health situation and resulting efforts to slow the spread has resulted in an unprecedented number of people working remotely.
Technology is a great enabler to allow us to continue to be productive, but remote work presents new challenges and risks that need to be considered.
In the engineering and construction space, a consultant that can provide quality services, training, and information that spans management, operations, finances, and technology is a rarity. For FMI, it’s standard operating procedure.
Don’t wait to dive into your company’s digital transformation. Get started today on making a plan for the future.