Why the Construction Industry Needs Verticalized

Solutions Amidst Its Digital Transformation  By Iain Scholnick, CEO of Braidio Construction now accounts for 10% of the world’s GDP, but is still in its digital infancy. While Deloitte has claimed that it is unlikely that any one particular technology will disrupt construction on its…

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The Dawn of a New Decade:

Braidio’s Trends and Key Takeaways from the AT&T Business Summit By Iain Scholnick, CEO of Braidio Last week, some of the world’s leaders in business, politics, and communications came together to discuss what the world looks like today, and where it will be headed during…

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WorkStreams are Paving the Way for the New World of Work

By Rafael Solis, COO and Co-founder of Braidio The new world of work requires organizations large and small to become more operationally agile, productive, and innovative. Most organizations are being pulled in two directions: one with their feet tied to legacy applications they have invested…

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A Monk Outside Your Temple

Keep Your Enterprise Agile With a Silicon Valley Startup Mindset By Iain Scholnick, Founder and CEO, Braidio The digitization of the workplace has allowed for many advancements and increased efficiencies, but this only applies to those who understand the implicit or soft value of technology,…

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Whitepaper: A Liquid Approach to Healthcare

Healthcare Organizations Will Benefit From a WorkOps Approach to Productivity and Patient Care 451 Research, a leading IT and advisory research company, explores how healthcare organizations will benefit from a WorkOps approach to productivity and patient care. The traditional patient journey follows a linear, sequential…

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Braidio Supports Champions

The University of British Columbia (UBC), “Great education, Great rugby, and Great tradition”. This holds true for the UBC Thunderbirds who’ve just won for the second-straight year, the Spence McTavish Cup after a 21-10 victory over the Queen’s Gaels in the final of the Canadian…

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Your Organization is Leaking Knowledge Everywhere

Knowledge leak happens when departments shrink or employees move on, and relying on oral tradition compounds the problem. Companies need to take advantage of informal training methods to retain internal information. (a version of this post was published in Business.com) Today’s workforce is mainly comprised…

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