Sitetracker has announced its latest release, which connects virtually all aspects of field operations, including project tasks, assets and inventory, using a single realtime data base.
“We’ve seen for too long that juggling multiple tools to manage communication between the field and the office creates waste like unnecessary site visits and excessive re-work, ultimately costing businesses money,” said Tim May, Sitetracker chief technical officer. “This next evolution of Sitetracker is helping our customers realize the power of a connected single source of truth platform, which is changing their entire business.”
Now, using a single platform, teams can schedule and dispatch field crews, track inventory, manage short-term work, and capture photos, video and data directly from the field during every step of a project from planning and deployment to on-going maintenance.
“The biggest benefit of Sitetracker’s new release is being able to report on all the activities that go on in the field in Sitetracker, alongside all the relevant project and asset data,” said Kim Martin, VP at Tower Engineering Professionals. “Now, we can track important metrics such as cycle times and crew activities in a single interconnected system, helping us save money by preventing waste.”