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Glenigan launches intelligence tool for construction sector

by Mark Cantrell
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Glenigan has launched a self-service business intelligence platform it claims will empower construction professionals to make more informed decisions and boost strategic planning.

Analytix, as the platform is named, is said to address for the first time the persistent challenges faced by construction professionals, currently making strategic decisions based on fragmented or insufficient data.

Customer-driven, intuitive, and user-defined,Glenigan says it provides subscribers with pre-built analytics and dashboards to gain valuable knowledge relating to historic planning applications, main contract awards, and starts-on-site.

Crucially, the company says it empowers construction leaders to gain a real-time understanding of market trends throughout all regions and sectors of the industry.

Russell Haworth, Glenigan’s chief executive, said: “Construction has a long-standing data problem. Traditionally, this has meant many sales and commercial teams have had to rely on siloed market data to inform business planning and decisions.

“Not only this, businesses need the tools to adapt to today’s rapidly changing and increasingly fraught economy. Glenigan Analytix is the solution, providing access to the UK’s most comprehensive and up-to-date sector data, creating a more efficient and insightful way to navigate the market. It streamlines workflows, breaks down data barriers, and speeds up the decision-making process.”

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