Connecting the Construction Workplace of the Future

What does the future hold for construction?

The construction industry is central to our economy, however unlike other sectors, it has struggled to modernise and is challenged by rising costs, stagnating productivity, high waste, and low margins. Throw in a global pandemic, and the challenges are only exacerbated.

Despite the recent events, a survey conducted by Payapps in partnership with Frost & Sullivan, showed 62% of respondents from Australia & New Zealand are confident of their company’s preparedness to meet these challenges in the short term (2021-2023). But what about the long-term, and how can companies prepare for the construction workplace of the future?

In our latest webinar we explored:

  • Frost & Sullivan’s analysis of the state of the construction industry for 2021 and beyond
  • What the construction workplace of the future looks like
  • The key trends shaping the direction of construction
  • How construction firms can keep ahead and remain competitive