Building Value through Innovation: COINS Users Conference 2016
COINS thanks all of the clients that joined us for the 2016 COINS USA Conference in Albany, NY.
Over 150 construction industry professionals came together September 12th through September 14th to explore how the challenges affecting the industry are better solved with the efficient use of technology and how COINS’ relentless investment in research and innovation delivers construction software solutions that our clients and their stakeholders can use to accurately plan, forecast and deliver projects on-time and on-budget. Providing solutions that offer much more than those offered by a traditional construction ERP.
Our close-knit relationship with clients made this event the perfect meeting-point to learn, innovate, share experiences and together build for the future.
Highlights of the 2016 COINS USA Conference in Albany, NY.
I set out in this talk with the ambitious target of demonstrating that building value through innovation is more than just a tagline for COINS. I hope that through a better understanding of the values and our approach to business at COINS that I have come close to achieving that target.
Group CEO of COINS
Building value through innovation
Robert Brown, COINS Group CEO, greets attendees of the COINS Users Conference 2016 with a warm Yorkshire welcome and language lesson before talking about how the values and our approach to business at COINS demonstrate that building value through innovation is more than just a tagline for COINS.
James Benham's Future Forecast
Future Forecast: James Benham, founder of JBKnowledge, talks about how drones, sensors, integrated apps and other new technology are rewriting the rules of construction.
The Changing Role of IT
Christian speaks on the expanded role of IT professionals as leaders in construction. As routine functions are increasingly outsourced, CIOs and IT managers can add real value by investigating and implementing new construction solutions and technologies to enhance the business.
Innovation in Action
Tim Armitage, COINS Chief Technology Officer, and Yan Llamas discuss the COINS User Experience Continuous Improvement Program and how it benefits your users, with changes that have been introduced in the latest COINS construction software releases.
Enterprise as a Force for Good
At the closing session, COINS Group Chairman Larry Sullivan spoke to attendees about entrepreneurship as a force for good and social improvement. COINS Foundation projects are an example of what can be accomplished when a company dedicates a fixed proportion of its dividend income to social responsibility.