One of the greatest qualities that can be attributed to a person is that he is “flexible.”
It means he is able to gracefully adapt as circumstances change, and we all know change is inevitable. That is true in life … and also on construction projects.
Workflows and processes will change. The need for new and different reports will arise. Unforeseen opportunities will emerge. Each organization is unique and needs the flexibility to align its business model as it sees fit.
By definition, a construction project management information system supports all aspects of a project, from initiation through closing. It enables project professionals to plan and track project progress in all stages of its lifecycle, of its changing lifecycle.
This is so much more than pre-defined workflows, processes and reports, as many of today’s PMIS offerings suggest.
When selecting a PMIS, flexibility is one of the most crucial aspects. Discover just how very flexible Kahua is, and how it eliminates data silos and the need for additional point solutions.
The Kahua difference means you don’t have to compromise.