Once construction begins, it’s important to document daily activity on the job site. Typically a Superintendent will review the work performed, and document it in some type of report. There is often a gap in time between gathering information and recording it in a construction management system. Worse yet, there can be a duplication of data entry if the Superintendent completes the report using a paper-based form and then has to re-enter the report into a computer-based system.
Record Field Reports using a Mobile Device
With VPO, a Superintendent can walk the job site using any mobile device–tablet, smartphone, etc.–to document the work performed, visitors to the site, weather, equipment, and more, by filling out an easy pre-built form. They can take pictures right from the job site and attach them to the daily report.
Work Offline and Sync
Internet access isn’t always available at job sites. But with VPO, the Superintendent can still collect vital information using any mobile device while working offline. Once Internet connectivity is detected again from the mobile device in use, VPO will automatically sync the report with your online system; there are no additional steps.