Field Execution Management

Progress

Overview

INEIGHT PROGRESS

InEight Progress provides a mobile solution that you can use to create and receive daily work plans, communicate plans to your crew and capture results at the end of the shift. It is the mobile complement to InEight Plan.

InEight Progress serves as both a mobile daily planning tool, and a mobile time and quantity capture tool. It enables an open line of communication between the job site office and the field. It provides foremen with all the information they need to achieve performance goals safely, while meeting quality requirements.

Information is made easily available right where the work is taking place – all from an iPad or tablet.

Features

Get more field time with your foreman

COLLECTS TIME IN THE FIELD

that is approved by the office and then integrates to payroll

COLLECTS DATA IN THE FIELD

with or without a network connection

QUICKLY SEE THE WORK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED FOR THE SHIFT

along with productivity goals

GAIN AWARENESS OF CRITICAL RISK

and mitigation action items

STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS

between the office and the field

Enhance daily reporting

LOGS AND TAGS KEY EVENTS THAT AFFECT THE WORK

CAPTURES PHOTOS TO CREATE A HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE JOB SITE

ENTER NOTES AND DAILY DAILY RECORDS FOR DISPUTE MANAGEMENT

PROVIDES NARRATIVES TO DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY RESULTS

Sound Familiar?

Foreman

I need an automated way to get field logs and photos back to the office to document things that happen during the shift – issues, potential change orders, employee situations. E-mails and phone calls just don’t cut it.

Field Engineer

My job is to free up the crew to focus on building the work. If I can publish the day’s goals out to the foreman along with a pre-filled timesheet that just needs final hours, we all avoid the distractions that kill our productivity.

Contract Administrator

To effectively manage subcontractors, we fill out a daily report on each one – how many people they had, the hours they worked and what got done. But doing that in Excel is error prone, and doesn’t really help us validate invoices when they come in.