How to save your design practice over 100 hours a week with Excitech DOCS

Whether you carry out tasks like transmittals and printing from Revit because you are contractually required or simply as best practice, the time and effort required to complete them should not be underestimated.

We spoke to 15 design practices who work on an average of 20 projects per week, to see how long they were taking to complete every day tasks and how much time they could save with our document management system Excitech DOCS.

Please note that figures are dependent on the size of practice and number of projects worked on per year.

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