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Emails, transmittals, submittals, RFIs, field reports, punch lists and other forms of project information flood an engineer’s workday. Time spent managing information steals time from design and client service. Paper documents and manual tracking are no longer up to the task. Fortunately, just as software is to blame for generating so much data, it’s also capable of managing the information explosion. In this complimentary webcast, two engineers describe how their companies are mitigating the risks that come with unprecedented quantities of project information.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the ways the information explosion exposes your firm to risk
  • Discover improved ways to collaborate, whether between offices or with architects, consultants and clients
  • See how to replace paper with complete, searchable, all-digital project information
  • Learn best practices for leveraging process and technology together to mitigate risk

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1. How does working on “virtual” project teams open firms up to potential risks?
2. When utilizing Newforma to search for project documents, what are the limitations of the search?
3. How can your team protect themselves when being part of a “virtual” project team?
4. How important is it to have a thorough record of project emails on a modern design project?
5. What percentage of attendees at Newforma’s recent Executive Engineering Roundtable event series have been involved in legal discovery, but feel unprepared to tackle it again?
6. What types of files can Newforma search?
7. Who has access to project data through Newforma?
8. If 10 people on your internal company project team save the same email in Newforma:
9. Newforma can find keywords in the following:
10. What problem was pictured in the photo of the engineer’s desk in our story?
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