The past few years have brought enormous change to virtually every market across the globe. In addition, the pandemic has accelerated specific macro changes to our markets that would have previously taken more than a decade to see. These changes are significant to our businesses, especially engineering, construction, and architecture firms. This year, the team at TrebleHook is looking at the top trends that AEC firms need to consider as they progress in this new normal of 2022 and beyond. Digital Transformation Is What We Are All Seeking Although AEC is an industry focused on the physical building of sites […]
Let’s face it, you may have the solutions you need to get the job done, and maybe you even know how to use many key capabilities of those products, and that’s great. But, have you thought about your team and their knowledge of using those solutions efficiently? Have you implemented the right workflows and are you leveraging the latest enhancements to work most effectively? Does your current software portfolio feel complete, and does it meet your clients’ and team’s needs? If you answered “no” to any of the questions above, you’re not alone by any means. Frequently, especially in today’s […]
The TPM Professional Services Roadmap How do you define success? We talk about this every day with our customers. We often hear about goals to reduce errors, increase innovation, decrease time to market, optimize workflows, and improve win rates in their businesses, but that can be a real struggle. At TPM, we define success through our ability to help our customers achieve their goals so they can improve designs, increase efficiency, and ultimately win more business.
If you've been hearing about vendor consolidation, you may be asking if it could benefit your business. It can. Here's how. What is vendor consolidation? Vendor consolidation is a supply chain management strategy that involves reducing your vendor base to a few select partners. It's an overall cost-reduction approach that relies on economies of scale to trim prices, lower incoming freight costs, improve quality, strengthen supply agreements, and enhance vendor acquisition. What does vendor consolidation do for your business? Vendor consolidation shrinks your supply chain management costs.