CMiC has redefined what mobile solutions are capable of. Unlike many other apps available to the industry that focus on specific functions that are siloed from your core ERP data, CMiC optimizes the user journey across devices—the data, security measures, and permissions are the same in both an online and offline capacity. Because all of the information is contained within the CMiC ecosystem, users can alternate between their desktops, tablets and smartphones without data latency or loss.
One Application that Works Everywhere
Modelled as an extension of the desktop, the design language and features are consistent across platforms. Because the application downloads all the project information locally onto the device, all records can be modified offline and automatically (or manually) synced into the database upon reconnecting. Tasks such as editing RFIs, creating daily journals and downloading checklists are now possible on-the-go with a smartphone or tablet.
Regular updates mean the Mobile Field app is always being improved to reflect the needs of our users. Driven by our client community, feedback is collected via UserVoice, an online forum where users can suggest new features and functionality and then vote on what they would like to see built out. This level of open communication between users and product developers ensures we are constantly pushing forward to provide the most functional and valuable Mobile extension of your ERP solution, delivering on our promise of the most advanced ERP solution available to the construction market.
Compatible with all of your devices, Mobile Field keeps the line of communication open between all stakeholders. Information appears in real-time, which makes collaboration easy. Intuitive touch capabilities are easy to grasp, such as the “pull to refresh” option that syncs items across all device. Providing the freedom to choose the device that works best for you combined with intuitive layout and functionally is just another reason why CMiC Mobile Field is the right choice for today’s tech forward project manager.