If you can’t measure it then you can’t manage it! An old adage that’s no less true today because technology is our greatest enabler to acquiring data. Therefore, developers can make decisions like ‘how to run their business’. But how can data help them to do this?
High performing organisations understand the value of data. Therefore they make it a core element in their learning and planning. Smart businesses learn how to avoid repeating the same mistakes, identify a business opportunity and harness knowledge. Because it’s a data world we live in and hence, those developers who understand this, will prosper.
You shouldn’t make a decision without first defining the problem. Too many business leaders use ‘intuition’ alone to make their decisions which is a risky way to manage a business. Collecting and analysing data doesn’t have to be complicated. Meanwhile the way you use the analysis will benefit you in the future. Would you plan to engage the same contractor on your next site if you knew their workmanship was poor?
Data is the label we give to all of these things which makes it the collective name for working knowledge. Besides that, it can tell a developer all sorts of useful things to assist them in making better decisions.
Data is necessary in making effective decisions and solving problems. Because it has no personal agenda, data is neutral. It simply tells a factual story. Human beings hold differing opinions that often shape decisions which lead to lesser results (credit: Erin Palmer from University Alliance).
Generated from the management of defects, After Build posses a decade of information. This data helps provide reports and updates for developers. It can be accessed on an ‘anonymised’ basis to assist with research and commercial development. As an After Build client you may have free access. If you’re not an After Build client access may be limited. Our data is structured under four headings:
This is an overview of output by developer property volumes. It provides a perspective on defects arising and defects per plot. Further analysis looks at …
This section reviews the occupants outlook and in particular reviews …
This takes a look at the potential financial consequences to a developer’s business …
How to benefit from the knowledge available …
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During this difficult time After Build’s service continues as normal. Given our technology platform, the team is able to operate remotely without impacting on service levels – this includes Out of Hours Emergency cover.
In the event that a developer’s contractor is unable to attend a property (either because they are instructed not to, or because a homeowner does not wish it) the Property Coordinator will take full details of the issue, recording it on our system in readiness for making an appointment just as soon as matters return to normal.
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