How To Champion Construction Processes With Construction Management Software

  • Webinar
  • Smart Buildings

How To Champion Construction Processes With Construction Management Software

Buyer-demand for construction management software (CMS) is rapidly growing, fueled by immense pressure to address prevalent pain points amongst stakeholders and respond to escalating sustainability-driven regulatory mandates. In this webinar, we will explore the core and innovative capabilities of 26 CMS vendors, delve into key areas of innovation within this market, and guide firms on how to identify the best solution for their business.

We will explore:

  • Drivers of the accelerating digitization of the construction industry
  • Key areas of innovation within the market
  • The core capabilities of 26 CMS vendors as well as their distinctive features

On this webinar

Claire Stephens

Research Director, Smart Buildings

Claire Stephens is Research Director of the Smart Buildings team. With 18 years of experience in the sector, Claire is recognized as an expert in industries that make up the built environment, in particular, corporate and commercial real estate, and workplace and sustainability technologies. At Verdantix, Claire will be digging into building technology for building owners, occupiers and investors, focusing on how to support them in reaching their ESG objectives. Prior to her arrival at Verdantix, Claire launched Asia’s first corporate real estate, green building and building technology publications. She has also delivered full lifecycle real estate consultancy services covering a broad range of asset types in industries including financial services, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, technology, consumer goods, media, retail and hospitality.

Analyst

Sophie is an Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. She joined Verdantix in 2023, having previously worked as a landscape architect at James Blake Associates, where she gained experience in sustainable design and environmental policy. Sophie holds a BSc in Geography from the University of Exeter.