Precise Estimation Is Key For Successful Project Execution

Blog written by – Ashok Wani- Head – Technology & Innovation The construction industry counts among the most pivotal and challenging sectors across the globe, incorporating substantial expenditures, dozens of regulatory procedures, labour and weather-related challenges, design hurdles and many more. With such enormous upfront challenges, infrastructure construction organizations have been battling ...
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Technology Ensures Rewarding Sub-Contractor Management Of Infrastructure Projects

By Joydeep Banerjee: Head of Business Development, Highbar Technocrat The role of sub-contractors in the Infrastructure, construction and real estate domain is becoming crucial with each passing day as projects become more complex. Owing to a cut-throat industry competition, need for innovation, inflating costs of materials, new engineering technologies and ...
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Enabling Efficiency in Smart Cities Via Right Technologies

Blog written by -  Anilkumar Jeur - Strategic Business What are smart cities?  While experts still struggle to precisely define the concept of 'smart cities, the umbrella term of late is the talk of the town. A mutual industry consent on the same however refers to a city as smart ...
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IoT: The Next Big Thing In Commercial Real Estate

Blog written by - Mr. Mangesh Wadaje - Director and CEO- Highbar Technocrat As India’s population surges, the role of the Real Estate sector in aiding the country’s growth story will be crucial. Since long the sector has been battling with the challenge of enhancing efficiency and productivity at construction sites ...
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Highbar Technocrat Empowers Infrastructure & Real Estate Companies with Estimation & Tendering Software

Blog written by - Ashok Wani- Head – Technology & Innovation Construction business is one of the most challenging businesses involving huge expenditures on remote sites with new labour, new suppliers, new external design teams, challenging government regulations & unpredictable weather, etc. all these lead to thinning of project margins even after ...
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