Fleet Complete Asset Tracking App enables you to track and manage your high-value equipment; helping you to save money and run your business more effectively.
Check out how fast a theft of $40,000 equipment can happen to you http://youtu.be/4NJaZfx6Hgc.
Don’t let that happen to your business
Whether your business uses construction equipment or other portable machinery, you’ll always know where your assets are. With additional sensor capabilities, you can keep an eye on important considerations such as the fuel level of power generators; after-hours door activity of storage containers; or even unauthorized usage of Power Take-Off equipment on your excavators or cranes. Continue »
Takeoff vs. Takeoff
Ok, not exactly that simple. Trust but verify. Check and recheck. Measure twice, cut once. All of these may be overused clichés, but isn’t it interesting that everyone follows them. Companies want to do the best work for the least cost to get the most profit. If so, then is duplicating work ever beneficial? The definitive answer is yes! The best example of where replicating work pays off is the takeoff. A takeoff done to sell the business is different than the takeoff done to build the job. Not understanding this may mean the difference between profitability and losing money.
Microsoft SharePoint has become the de facto standard for content management, with more than 60,000 global enterprises using it daily to manage, access and collaborate on documents.
The growth of SharePoint has been stimulated by the rapid expansion of content across industries. The total amount of content is estimated to increase to more than 40 zettabytes by 2020, which is equal to more than 40 billion terabytes (TB)—a difficult figure for even the most seasoned IT professional to comprehend.
The growth of content is evident in the construction industry, as large engineering and CAD files eat up storage space and drain budgets. For many construction companies, SharePoint’s storage limitations have prevented the program from taking hold as the content management platform it was designed to be. However, it is possible for construction companies to utilize SharePoint to its fullest potential without slowing productivity. Continue »
New technologies seldom change industries on their own; instead, they require supporting infrastructures with which to effect transformations.
For example, MP3 digital audio files were invented to permit music to be transmitted over phone lines, but the music industry did not fully evolve until a supporting infrastructure (i.e., iTunes) was introduced and adopted. A century earlier, cars and trucks came on the scene, but the transportation industry was not transformed until interstate highways made roadways efficient. Continue »
The ability to maintain connectivity with workers in the field is a driving force behind why organizations choose new service solutions. Whether the reason for a mobile field service solution is to minimize redundancies or to bill faster, the system must allow for work completion and data capture in order to be a real business asset. Continue »
Contractors receive PDF files from project stakeholders all the time, but the types of information attached to each one varies significantly. Some PDFs contain a lot of information, while others are merely non-searchable pictures of documents. The inconsistencies create interrupted communication, inefficiencies, errors, and wasted time and energy. Continue »