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"We're stuck in meetings again and can't get to the field to check on the progress of the workers."

A visiting author, project engineer (schedule coordinator)

"We're stuck in meetings again and can't get to the field to check on the progress of the workers."

3/28/24, 1:00 PM

A contractor's site manager's time is largely spent elsewhere than in the field monitoring and directing the situation.

One of the subcontractor's ways to achieve efficient financial results is to optimize the allocation of their resources well in advance and identify potential ways to respond to deviations. Reducing wasted work hours close to zero is a crucial goal to optimize their costs. Additionally, sudden worker absences and falling behind schedule are worrisome, the lack of backup workers on an individual basis is stressful, and getting an overview of the situation is blurry.

You might spend hours searching for your own workers on-site (if you have the time). Constantly, you have to be on the phone trying to reach workers and demanding status updates. Worker absences only become apparent around noon, making it too late to react for that day -> yet another worker-day lost in the process. Manual investigation into replacement resources takes time again, and the proportion of investigation in your workday grows.

Budget overruns, inefficiencies, falling behind schedule, and management problems are familiar fears and realities. Due to solving these problems, the site manager's workdays stretch too long again, and the concept of leisure time on weekdays is already forgotten.

Forget about slow planning on paper slips and laborious spreadsheet resource tracking. You can smoothly transition to a more efficient and feature-rich system-based resource tracking.

These problems can be solved more agilely with system-based work resource planning and tracking. is the solution you may have unknowingly been waiting for. One part of the application focuses on intelligent resource tracking, allowing you to monitor your workers' situations. Plan your workers' tasks, either by task or by site, as far ahead as the schedules of the sites allow. Check the situation of individual workers and see how long, where, and for what tasks they are booked. Check which of your workers haven't checked in, logged in, or continued their tasks in the system daily, and see their possible absences in the resource monitoring with attention colors or in the resource monitoring deviation log.

You can also find out which workers on any site become available first and when they'll be available for new tasks/sites. The system notifies you immediately when your worker finishes a task and is in need of the next task. Respond to unexpected absences and quickly check the situation via the platform by selecting a replacement worker, for example, from the following list seen through the border tool:

selecting a worker without a task selecting a replacement person from a place/task that is the most on or ahead of schedule selecting the next available worker

The progress of the application's tasks can also be directly linked to your own schedule tracking and schedule tasks, making it easier to react to schedule deviations based on actual progress.

Site manager-> you can try reducing your blood pressure by using's intelligent system. Forget manual work and trust technology. Maybe for once during your workday, you'll have time to put your feet up on the table.

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