Last week the Doctor carried out several home visits to businesses to discuss the challenges that they had when trying to re-programme their resources on projects that might be affected by the Coronavirus.
The death of a loved one can have a devastating impact on a person. Speaking from my own recent personal experience the loss, even of an older person, can have a huge impact on your mental health and general wellbeing. As a Doctor, in the construction industry, I see the same impact when there is a sudden death of a business resulting in personal devastation, which can leave a long-term lasting effect on all your workers and staff.
As a Doctor I am used to seeing lots of breaks and cracks in projects and businesses. However, in the surgery this week I saw a plastering contractor whose system of measuring up his work was so badly shattered that his whole business was in traction.
Welcome to the first Doctor’s Casebook from Apsis Business Components. Over the next few weeks I will give an insight into the ailments and complains that are facing the industry, along with hopefully some sound advice and guidance to remedy these problems
When property maintenance company Timetra decided to launch into the construction sector, sourcing a software package was high on the management team’s wish list when planning the new venture.
When cabinet maker Campbell Whyte of Kitchens by CRW took the plunge two years ago to restructure his business in a new direction he was confident he’d hit on a recipe for success to grow and protect his family run business.