Tips to improve collaboration and workflows

asphalt road and mountains with foggy nature landscape at sunset
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pocket
Share on email

We recently had a client reach out and ask our recommendations on ways to improve their overall processes among their design group, primarily around their CAD/Revit usage. This isn’t the first time we’ve had this request. We often get asked our advice on how to improve processes to increase efficiency and productivity among design teams.

When we get asked questions like this, we often recommend starting with a Technology Process Assessment (TPA). A TPA from CADD Microsystems is an in-depth review and analysis of your company’s technology processes and workflows to discover new opportunities and areas of inefficiencies.

Customers reach out to us for a TPA to:

  • Improve collaborative processes within design groups
  • Optimize their available tools and resources
  • Address redundancies, inefficiencies, or miscommunications with current operations
  • Gain a better understanding of their processes
  • Get an extra set of eyes on a project

Our TPA process has 5 stages:

Phase 1 – Kickoff
Phase 2 – Data gathering
Phase 3 – Interviews
Phase 4 – Analysis and write-up
Phase 5 – Delivery

I won’t go into too much detail about the phases in my post, but you can always learn more about each phase here.

If your organization identifies with any of the bullets above, let us know. When you partner with us, you’re guaranteed a team of experts that is focused on recognizing and solving your technical challenges. We will get you on the road to success based on the tools and workflows that work best for you.

Get started with a TPA today!

A Technology Process Assessment is your roadmap to success. Our TPA will provide you with a custom, comprehensive analysis document to serve as your roadmap to address your challenges through actionable recommendations.

Popular posts like this