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Computer Aided Design (CAD) dates back to the 1950s. It’s notoriously difficult to use effectively, and for many applications that kind of power is necessary. However, creating 2D CAD-fueled site plans can be as easy as picking up your tablet and drawing with your finger.
Mobile CAD platforms free you from the desk and allow you to shave hours off old manual processes. These process improvements are key to taking full advantage of your CAD solution.
Our newest eBook, “CAD for Contractors,” covers the origin and history of CAD development platforms, as well as the following topics.
What does CAD mean for contractors?
CAD adds an element of accuracy that you just can’t find anywhere else, and accuracy is the backbone of your business. Inaccuracy can make a mess of your takeoffs, cause you to under bid, and slash into your margins.
In addition to addressing those issues, CAD in the field can cut hundreds or even thousands of hours per year. That’s a big deal. When you have so much found time, you can bid for more jobs or take extra time to work on your business.
Collaboration lets the left hand know what the right hand is doing
Cloud cloud cloud - it’s everywhere. But the right CAD solution allows you to upload whole project files to cloud storage. The benefits are clear, and the biggest is the ability to share projects across your team. The automatic sync functions in the cloud ensure that you never have out of date copies floating around fouling the works.
Best Practices for CAD Management
We’re not going to point you toward mobile CAD without giving you a set of best practices to help you. The eBook contains tactics for not just getting your money’s worth out of your tech investment, but also how to boost collaboration and other features.
Check out the eBook today and get introduced to the best friend you’ve never met - CAD.