Project Management

  • Job cost/status data collection from field employees:
    • Timekeeping - each employee clocks in and out of each workday activity (project tasks, travel, breaks, etc.) and can even record elapsed time, by task, to augment actual timestamps
    • Task notes – voice, photo, video, PDF (diagrams) and text notes, organized by task, can be created, stored and shared
    • Completion status - when ending work on a task, field employees are prompted to update the completion status (% complete).
    • Materials usage – stock items or special order items used for each task are recorded using either a scrollable, categorized materials "pick list" or bar code scanner built into the phone's camera
    • All of this data is time- and GPS-stamped and recorded at the moment the activity takes place, so there is no longer a need for your employees to rely on their memory when recording such information
  • Project management in the office:
    • Task and project templates -- reusable, standard tasks and projects can be created and used to save time and enable better historical cost analysis
    • Job data specification for field employees (optional) -- required labor skill, budgeted labor time, materials, instructions, diagrams, multi-media job notes
    • Real time project monitoring -- task-by-task job costs, multi-media job notes, completion statuses