With increased pressure on margins and a drought-like shortage in skilled labour across the board, the construction industry is considered one of the least-digitised industries in the world. As a result, many organisations are looking at ways to work smarter in order to stay competitive.
The answer? Smart construction.
A way to attract key staff, increase productivity and ensure the safety of workers by utilising tech, today’s technology is fundamentally changing the construction and development landscape, with the Internet of Things (IoT), unified communications (UC) and connectivity pushing the limits of collaboration, productivity and project delivery times.
Teams can now work with increased safety and efficiency by letting the technology do the heavy lifting and sites can be set up and rigged down quickly and securely making smart construction the helping hand reaching down from the clouds, promising future growth and blue skies to those that are willing to grasp it.
We can help you maximise your legacy technology with our simple path to modernisation – giving your people the tools they need to communicate more effectively with each other and customers, as well as stable protected network end-to-end to ensure that it is always secure and available.
Security – Encrypt and protect your data from threats and ensure compliance
Encrypt your data and minimise risk by securing your communications with state-of-the-art controls.
Connectivity – Connect staff to vendors, partners and each other keeping projects on schedule
Allow your staff to communicate effectively using the right tools for the job, on any device, from any location.
Cloud & Hosting – Manage your projects in the cloud with quick setup and ultimate control
Our mix of secure private and public cloud solutions can bring your organisation into the future delivering more agile IT and communications.
Mobile – Keep things on track from any location with a truly mobile workforce
Empower your staff with the best tariffs, handsets, smartphones, tablets and accessories at competitive prices.
To meet the demands of Costain’s new technology-intensive working methods, Daisy helped the business’ internal IT team migrate much of its digital estate to Microsoft’s cloud-based Azure platform. In addition, Daisy also took on the management of Costain’s mobile telephony requirements, including the provision of Office 365 for phone to 3,500 individual users, ranging from office-based support staff to engineers in the field.
Bill Price, Systems and Technology Director at Costain