Michelle Mayer
Marketing Communications
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Carol Stream, Ill. – Aug. 29, 2011 – How do members of the construction industry plan to find success in their business? With technology. And Constructech magazine’s annual Technology Day conference will give them the perspective they need.

The construction industry is confronted by a number of challenges today including a highly competitive marketplace, new regulatory and legal requirements that demand increased reporting and more data retention, and a greater need for on-the-go access to project information at the jobsite, among many others.

Innovative contractors and builders have discovered the secret to solving these challenges—technology. These contractors and builders, along with industry-leading solution providers and educators, will gather at Technology Day 2011.

Held September 14 at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., Technology Day offers a forum for identifying and analyzing the most crucial topics in the marketplace today, as well as providing industry professionals with real answers to their technology questions.

Technology can help more effectively manage your business processes, heighten collaboration, and improve customer relations, giving your company an advantage in today’s competitive market. Some of the leading builders and contractors in the industry are not only implementing new technologies, but are also developing a business strategy for how to use technology.

“The Technology Day conference is different than most construction events, as it focuses exclusively on advances in technology,” says Peggy Smedley, president of Specialty Publishing Co., and editorial director of Constructech. “We are part of such an exciting time when it comes to emerging technology. It is truly changing the way we do business, and now is the time to embrace the advantages technology brings the construction industry.”

Conference sessions will take a deep dive into technology-related issues associated with the way the industry is collaborating and delivering construction projects today; how mobile tools can be integrated into day-to-day jobsite and field operations; and how construction companies are solving common challenges using technology.

This year’s Keynote will be an open discussion between construction professionals and academia about ways to better educate the construction workforce on technology—ultimately bridging the gap between industry and education in an effort to better prepare for a more profitable future.

Visit the Technology Day Website to learn more about the 2011 event, including the detailed agenda. To reserve your spot, please visit the registration page.

About Constructech Magazine
Constructech magazine is the technology advocate for the construction industry, helping builders, contractors, and corporate owners make educated decisions on software and systems, both in the office and in the field. With unbiased opinions and informative news on software, hardware, automation, and services, Constructech has been a highly respected and trusted resource in the industry for more than 10 years.