Free Webinar: Digital Transformation: The Future of Project Management

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Date: Wednesday, 19 September 2018 to Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Address: SYDNEY, NSW Australia
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Join Consult Australia and Deltek online on Wednesday 19 September 1 PM (EST) for our free webinar:

 

If you are experiencing difficulty registering online, please email events@consultaustralia.com.au

 

Digital Transformation: The Future of Project Management

How can firms prepare themselves for larger and more complex projects? Are you still using traditional technologies that can’t support modern working methods? As a business continues to grow, it will become more inefficient, increasing risk on projects which is compounded by clients expecting higher levels of service and quality, wanting you to do more in less time.

Technology should act as the framework for your project's success, enabling your people to be more effective. Deltek Project Information Management (PIM) has a proven track record of delivering ROI to businesses in the built environment industry.

This webinar will discuss the project information challenges businesses and the tangible benefits modern technology can deliver.

 

Highlights:

  • Understand the key challenges businesses are facing today
  • You will have the have the opportunity to hear from industry experts on how technology helps improve efficiencies, reduce risk of error and support growth
  • You will have the opportunity to participate in Q&A session with all speakers

 

Speakers:

Wiremu (Woody) Adds
Senior Systems Consultant, Deltek

As a Senior Systems Consultant at Deltek, who are a leading global provider of solutions to project based businesses, Woody’s role is to work with Engineering and Architectural practices across Australia and New Zealand to understand their specific project management challenges. With this knowledge Woody is then well equipped, with a range of industry specific products, to position the best solution for the practice – specifically to improve efficiencies, reduce risk, enable knowledge sharing and provide a platform for growth.

Jon Haagh
Business Manager, Structure Design

Jon Haagh has worked as a structural engineer since 1999, both in Auckland and in London, where he worked for a medium-sized structural engineering firm on a mix of building types. A highlight of which was a residential project that was filmed for the TV programme “Grand Designs”.  He joined Structure Design in 2006 and has been Business Manager of Structure Design in charge of process development, HR and H&S since 2013.