On demand webinar: The Accelerating Pace of Change in Construction

The picture is clear. Tighter margins, global skills shortages, and new industry entrants are all ramping up the pressure on traditional construction businesses to deliver greater productivity and more integrated, cost-efficient projects, on time, every time. To deal with this accelerated pace of change, can engineering and construction firms adapt and be agile successful businesses if they continue to run their businesses using a patchwork of non-integrated business systems? Join us as we discuss the impending challenges facing the industry as well as:

  • Growing Pressure on Margins: The Need for Integrated Software is Now
  • 50% of All Construction Projects Worldwide Will Include Modular Content by 2022, Driven by the Growing Global Skills Shortage
  • New Industry Entrants: China, Korea…and Amazon?
  • Digital Asset Life Cycle Management Integrating Both BIM and ERP, Will Emerge as a Future Need-To-Have

Your host

Kenny Ingram
VP - Engineering, Construction & Infrastructure

Kenny is the global industry director for the following industries: construction, contracting, engineering, infrastructure and shipbuilding. In addition, he is heavily involved in other project and asset lifecycle industries including oil and gas, energy, utilities, and defense. Kenny's main responsibilities are to promote the IFS solution to the external marketplace and to educate the IFS workforce on the business issues and challenges these industries face. He is also a key member of the IFS Product Direction Board who are responsible for making decisions on the IFS product strategy.

Kenny has been with IFS for 22 years and has worked in the business systems marketplace for over 20 years. He is now regarded as one of the top specialists in project-based business systems and has been heavily involved in driving the IFS strategy in this area for the last 22 years. Prior to this, Kenny worked in industry in various positions covering management & project accounting, supply chain and logistics.