Software designed for contractors and construction managers who want an easy-to-use management application for mobile workers
Trimble ProjectSight is a new cloud-based solution for construction site management that is designed to simplify the creation, access and sharing of project information between the site and the office. T
he software designed for contractors and construction managers who want an easy-to-use and cost-effective management application for mobile workers.
Accessible via a Web browser or an iPad app, ProjectSight features what is described as a simple, intuitive user interface overlaying smart, project-based workflows to keep teams in sync.
Access to centralised data provides users with up-to-date information related to material tracking, issues reporting, information requests and critical project drawings, models and documents. Offline capabilities allow information to remain available during unconnected sessions commonly encountered on construction sites.
ProjectSight joins other solutions in Trimble’s portfolio for managing construction project logistics, budgets, estimates, schedules, coordination and change in both 2D and 3D datasets. The software makes use of the new Trimble Connect collaboration environment for design, engineering and construction firms.
Trimble Connect enables teams to access and manage any data via a cloud platform and specifically allows ProjectSight users to access and share project management data with Trimble Connect users across the design-build-operate lifecycle.
“Effective project management is critical to the profitability of any construction project,” said Mark Sawyer, general manager of the general contractor / construction manager division of Trimble Buildings. “With Trimble ProjectSight, we now offer a solution that addresses the core functions of project management in a very easy-to-learn, easy-to-use and easy-to-deploy system. ProjectSight ensures workers have access to accurate, up-to-date information and it puts that information in the hands of highly distributed teams at very low cost.”
Trimble is offering ProjectSight on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) subscription basis. Project information authors pay a monthly subscription and can invite an unlimited number of project collaborators to view and annotate their files and forms at no cost.
Trimble will host a webinar at noon EST on Tuesday January 13, including a demonstration of key features. Registration details are here.
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