How Constrafor is Solving Cash Flow Issues in Construction with Anwar Ghauche, Founder of Constrafor

EPISODE 396: Could there be a solution to one of construction’s biggest challenges–cash flow issues?

Join us in this week’s episode as my co-host, Jacob D’Albora, and I sit down with Anwar Ghauche, the founder of Constrafor.

Constrafor, an innovative construction procurement company, is elevating construction productivity to new heights.

Today, Anwar discusses Contrafor’s groundbreaking early pay program and software solutions designed to boost productivity and profitability for contractors and subcontractors.

We also talk about the power of AI technology in automating compliance documentation, a new approach to enhancing risk management, and so much more.

Let’s dive in!

Key Takeaways:

Introduction (00:00)
Meet Anwar Ghauche and his journey to founding Constrafor (06:00)
Identifying subcontractors financing projects as a major issue (08:05)
Overview of Constrafor’s early pay program (14:08)
How Constrafor has helped GCs in terms of job performance (19:20)
Other ways to leverage Constrafor’s platform (21:29)
Introduction of AI to automate compliance documentation (24:55)
Exploring the impact of timely payments on project costs (30:39)
What’s next for Constrafor? (32:48)
Keep up with Anwar and Constrafor (34:39)
Construction technology news of the week (35:47)

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