Utilizing Technology for Improved Business Management


Use Technology to Help Your Firm Grow

There are three ways to improve the execution of your projects and business management – using people, processes, and technology. By leveraging technology you can save money, grow faster and improve business processes for increased profitability.

This webinar will focus on all the areas that technology can positively impact your business results including business development and proposals, project management, project estimating and budgeting, employee analysis, resource scheduling and forecasting and overall firm performance analysis.

Please fill out the form to the right to download a copy of the recording of this event.

You will learn:

    • How to identify the bottlenecks in your business
    • Why technology should be viewed as a strategic investment
    • How to calculate potential ROI from technology improvements
    • How technology can help you improve your win rate, utilization and project profit margin
    • Best practices for selecting and implementing new technology

Meet the Expert 

June R. Jewell, CPAJune R. Jewell, CPA, is a business management consultant to the Architecture & Engineering industry and best-selling author of  “Find the Lost Dollars: 6 Steps to Increase Profits in Architecture, Engineering, and Environmental Firms.” For over 28 years she has worked with hundreds of business owners to help them improve their processes and systems, and give them the tools they need to be able to hold their employees and managers accountable to increase profitability. Her clientele includes architecture, engineering, environmental consulting, government contractors, and management consulting firms across the United States.

June is President of  AEC Business Solutions, offering online training and business assessment tools designed to help A&E firms make more money on projects. Her popular business blog covers innovative business ideas on business leadership, project management processes and improving operational efficiencies.

As an assistant professorial lecturer at George Washington University, June has taught accounting to undergraduate and MBA students.