Data generated in field and lab operations are often spread across PDFs, spreadsheets, and paper documents. Worse still, some data is simply lost through fragmented processes. These inefficiencies can be costly to your organization.

Significant Savings Found in Lost Revenue

Your ultimate goal is establishing efficient workflows that help to achieve process and project efficiency and maximize your cash flow and revenues. These efficiencies represent opportunities for significant bottom-line savings.

It’s in the Numbers

With approximately 500 field technicians, an Agile Frameworks customer identified process inefficiencies that were costing them approximately $5.7 – $9.6 million in lost revenue. In addition to that, process inefficiencies with their 20 project managers were costing them approximately $700K to $1.1 million in lost revenue.

INEFFICIENCIES that impact your profitability

The following are just a few of the many examples of inefficiencies that impact your profitability. 

  • Duplicate data entry
  • Missing project and/or contact information
  • Manual sample/test tracking
  • Ad hoc scheduling requests
  • Untimely or missing notifications to field techs
  • Unplanned project scope changes

This calculator is a starting point to identify areas of lost revenue and quantify the cost savings of your project and process inefficiencies.


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Want to learn more?

​This guide was created by industry leaders and subject matter experts that know how and why AEC firms work.

In this guide you will learn how to:

  • Identify and calculate the trapped value within your processes
  • Execute to improve these inefficient processes
  • Track and realize lost revenue