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  • Monitor job sites' quality and productivity indicators.

  • Make decisions quickly with mission-critical data at your fingertips.

  • Access insights from accurate, reliable, and real-time analytics.



Management and realization of projects in construction companies require strict planning to deliver them in pre-defined terms and budgets. It helps each phase of the project realization become efficient to achieve a higher level of customer satisfaction, and increase its productivity. Construction project management can interact with various disciplines in the lifetime of a project, from architecture to engineering to public works to city planning.


  • Cloud-based software also available

  • Complete daily reports in minutes

  • User-friendly interface

  • Track Jobsite and activity progress

  • Streamline bidding

  • Track change orders and expenses

  • Invoice your clients

  • Budget and forecast project costs

  • Share files and photos


Project Cost Control

Initiating the project​​

Starting a project requires the confidence of being able to finish it. Determining the project if it is feasible, then you examine the costs, timeline, and goals with the constraints along the way. Be able to identify potential issues and risks in each phase of the project for you to reach a successful project.

Planning the project​​

Once the project is approved, you can outline the tasks and allot the budget for the resources needed, understanding what needs to be done during the project's life cycle. Remember, the project won't also run smoothly without conceptualizing and assembling the best team for it.


Launching the project​​

Executing and implementing while considering the issues and changes that may arise during the process. The deliverables must be according to the timeline noted. Be able to communicate with the stakeholders, customers, and your project team. Workload management and resource allocation must continue until tasks are complete; report and set-up meetings are frequently done.

Tracking the project​​

Monitoring your project along the way is important. Be able to set up your indicators for the projects' cost, time, and quality. You need to stay on track by being flexible and communicative throughout the process so you can adapt to the situation quickly and efficiently.


Project Scheduling
Listing of activities, deliverables, and milestones within a project.

Equipment & Resources
These are required to carry out project tasks.

Bid Proposals
Used when requesting proposals from potential suppliers to the project.

Job Costing & Budgeting
It tracks the true cost of labor, materials and overhead for any given job.

Purchase Orders
Confirms an order for construction materials, sent from a buyer to a material supplier.

Change Orders
It changes in the scope of work agreed to by the client, contractor and architect are implemented.

RFIs & Submittals
It is intended to clarify, within reason, the design intent of the documents.

Used to keep detailed records of information sent from one party to another.

Document Control
It involves the tracking of project documents to ensure confidence in their use.


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