This article looks at AT Kearney’s comprehensive Purchasing Chessboard and the strategies, levers, and methods procurement can use to reduce costs.
In order to build a business sure to last, you have to evaluate threats from all directions. Here, we’ll look at a few ways to future proof your business:
The cost iceberg represents the total cost of ownership, beyond the number listed on an invoice or estimate. Here are a few areas where hidden costs are common.
Real-time work-in-progress figures are essential for construction teams, as they provide deep insights into profits, losses, and potential problems.
With so many moving parts, across several projects, budget planning can make or break a construction company’s financial success.