The construction industry is always very competitive, but, in today’s atmosphere of “economic uncertainty“, it faces higher than usual pressures of decreasing costs, improving productivity, and having a competitive edge in quality and customer satisfaction.
Construction activities entail dispersed parties, such as contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, customers, etc. Moreover, “construction projects usually operate on very tight time schedules, with huge amounts of structured and unstructured information,” such as purchasing details of equipment and material, estimates and approvals, drawings and construction plans. That is why the success of their projects heavily depends on the effectiveness of communication between them, data accuracy, and the speed of making decisions. Continue reading “5 Construction Apps Soon You Won’t be Able to Live Without”.
Luckily, mobile technology is coming to a rescue and offers help in “the three phrases of construction – planning, designing, and building.” More and more construction workers are using their smart phones and tablets for a variety of tasks: bidding with subcontractors, clocking i n and out, drawing and sharing blueprints, performing various calculations, signing legal contracts, etc.
At Snappii, we have developed several mobile business apps geared towards construction workers and serving to simplify their lives. These mobile business apps include:
Over 16,000 users use Construction Manager app on an everyday basis. And that is no wonder because this feature-rich app allows making estimates and reports, keeping a maintenance log, creating and submitting time sheets, calculating a room’s size, the amount of concrete and paint needed, and receiving support on the forum.
make the app even more convenient and user-friendly.
Please check out our other construction-related mobile business apps:
What is more, we will be more than happy to help you customize any of the suggested mobile business apps for you or create
an app from scratch!
A survey of IT professionals conducted in 2013 by AnyPresence revealed that over half of its responders spend more than three months and over $50,000 developing a typical app and nearly a quarter report spending over $100,000.