Is your software a good fit?

28th August 2018

Have you ever noticed how many different software tools you use at your work place? Ever since the rise of technology, companies have invested billions into new software programs. The need for different programs for different problems across safety, health, environmental and quality performance is vast. The likelihood is that your information is scattered across … Continue reading “Is your software a good fit?”

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RWM – Waste Data Opportunities

26th October 2016

The Resource Waste Management (RWM) event, which took place in September, is a unique event covering all aspects of waste management. The event not only provided a platform for networking and showcasing management tools but also hosted expert talks and panel discussions on elements such as the circular economy, technology options and opportunities for progress … Continue reading “RWM – Waste Data Opportunities”

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SiteSmart & BRE at Digital Construction Week

19th October 2016

You might have seen that BRE is partnering with Digital Construction Week (taking place next week, 26 & 27 October 2016), championing the event as Digital Knowledge Partner and fielding three expert speakers. ‘BRE is committed to helping the built environment sector benefit from the use of digital technologies and rich data enabled products and services’, these … Continue reading “SiteSmart & BRE at Digital Construction Week”

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Digital Tool Training: Maximising User Knowledge

19th October 2016

Digital tools, such as BRE’s SmartWaste and YellowJacket software tools, have created huge possibilities in terms of project management, efficiency and data collection for construction professionals. SmartWaste helps companies through environmental monitoring and data interpretation across the entire supply chain, and YellowJacket through improving health, safety and well-being in order to maximise savings on time, … Continue reading “Digital Tool Training: Maximising User Knowledge”