Altmann reckons that while the construction companies are looking for the next wave of construction revolution, the answer does not lie entirely in technology. “Instead, the answer lies in how we work together as a construction team when there are multiple companies involved following their own standards and how we create value together. This is exactly what we are offering to our customers.” Through its Insite LMS, INSITE IT facilitates communication between the multiple stakeholders involved and offers comprehensive consultancy to optimize the customer’s construction projects, save costs, and find a professional solution for processes that are fairly often heavily paper or Excel based.
ANDRITZ HYDRO, an Austrian hydropower expert, has been using Insite LMS for several years now as a construction site solution for logistics, material, and defect management. In addition to the numerous, already proven Insite LMS modules, the new modules Time Tracking and Daily Log were subjected to a practical test for the first time this year. The introduction of electronic time tracking utilizing fingerprints significantly facilitates time recording. The electronic data is reused for internal succession processes like Payroll or HR. Besides, the new daily log module improves quality and allows standardization of the construction site reporting.
Stepping into the future with the numerous functions they offer, INSITE IT aims to sell itself as the most complete solution for multiple tasks in the construction industry. The company plans to further enhance their recently released iPhone and Android apps and apply their proven processes to more construction projects all around the world. “Improving ease-of-use, performance, consistency, and functionality based on user feedback is a continuous endeavour of INSITE IT,” concludes Altmann.