How Connected Data Drives More Efficient Workflows

Oct. 20, 2022

Driving Efficient Workflows with Connected Data

Workflow management is often a source of frustration for AEC firms. Projects have so many moving parts and generate so much data that it can be difficult to get the right information to the right people at the right time. The good news is that technology, particularly connected technologies, can help ease this frustration. A recent Deloitte study found that 76% of E&C decision-makers are putting more money into connected technologies because of the connected data that comes with them, which is a game changer for many businesses. Are you ready to begin seeing your data as the asset that it is? Let’s look at how you can begin taking advantage of the streamlined workflows and improved efficiency that connected data delivers.

Turn to an Integrated Platform

If your business is still relying on spreadsheets and other manual processes, it is time to stop. Manual data entry is a large time waste and a notoriously error prone process. While many firms have moved away from these manual processes, they are not necessarily taking advantage of optimized workflows. It is common for teams to turn to point solutions to help streamline workflows at the project or department level. Point solutions although typically feature rich are often disparate and lack the level of integration required to support a company’s growth. Businesses can find themselves with information silos and unintegrated workflows.

Organizations with a clearly defined long-term digital transformation roadmap are more likely to adopt an enterprise-level strategy for utilizing connected data and improving workflows. This centers around investing in an end-to-end integrated cloud platform that is scalable to address both current and future business needs. Integrated cloud platforms are equipped with comprehensive functionality and customizable workflows. Plus, with an open API, they are highly versatile, allowing enterprises to integrate different functions and data from existing standalone systems.

Benefits of an Enterprise-Level Cloud Platform


A unified cloud platform automates processes through consistent workflow integrations such as authorization and approval activities. The platform can link workflows to project events which are triggered automatically so that project status is always clear, helping to avoid delays and risks.


A cloud platform also delivers great flexibility and customization. Workflows can be configured based on enterprise management standards and working methods so that teams are equipped with workflows designed specifically for how they work. The collaborative environment encourages interaction and data sharing among stakeholders, ensuring everyone is kept well-informed throughout the project.


Integrated cloud platforms, and the connected data and streamlined workflows that come with them, deliver many advantages, including improved collaboration, increased efficiencies, reduced redundancies and errors, and greater insight into project and business processes. Investing in your digital foundation today can have a lasting impact on your long-term business health.

MTWO Construction Cloud brings together all data, teams, and workflows in one place.

With the MTWO platform at the helm, the workflow becomes connected as well as interactive. Its flexible configuration with mainstream systems further integrates data and process workflows, extending workflows seamlessly across platforms while eliminating the manual work of transferring data. Integrated BIM workflows based on enterprise standards form the foundation for thorough planning and efficient construction management. For more information contact [email protected]

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