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MORE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2015 IT CONFERENCE
With record attendance of more than 300 construction IT professionals, the AGC IT Forum delivered another top-notch conference this year in Chicago.
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FOCUS ON INTEROPERABILITY - agcXML
At the 2014 IT Forum Conference in Chicago earlier this month, James Benham, president, JBKnowledge, Inc., announced that exciting changes may be taking place regarding agcXML. Details are still in the works, but the Construction Open Software Alliance, or COSA, is expected to take the lead on this trailblazing initiative. Stay tuned for more details, and, as always, visit www.agcxml.org for further information.
 
For updated information on the agcXML initiative, visit the informative and user-friendly website, www.agcXML.org. The site provides a wealth of resources to interested parties, including articles, data on schemas, sponsorship information, and overall benefits.
 
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Is there an article topic you'd like to see covered in TechBrief? Or, are you interested in providing content? TechBrief is currently working on its 2015 editorial calendar and seeks your input on informative and timely articles. Please contact Jeanie Clapp at jclapp@naylor.com with your feedback and ideas.
 
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TECH TIPS
The business world is increasingly incorporating mobile devices into everyday operations, and construction - a trillion dollar industry - is no different. For example, the iPad came out in the year 2010 and by 2013 there were over 13,000 construction-related apps on the market. It is predicted that by 2015, 100 percent of contractors will have a smart phone and 60 percent will own tablets. So how can the construction industry best leverage mobile devices to see the most meaningful impact? Here are a few tips.
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"Show me the ROI of BIM " is the mantra of project executives and architect-engineering-construction (AEC) business owners throughout the industry. BIM return on investment is elusive and fraught with varying opinions. So we must view it from a higher perspective: BIM should not be viewed as a directly relatable money-saving application, but a risk-reduction strategy.
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