If you’re an industrial contractor who works on large construction projects, you have a huge array of resources to track, budget for, and report on.
The sheer number of workers required to build such projects means that you are bound to have your own crew, subcontractors and laborers that number in the hundreds or more, generating hundreds or even thousands of time records of bewildering variability and complexity.
And tracking labor is just one aspect of your job. With a large fleet, carrying scores of truckloads of equipment and millions of dollars worth of inventory, you must control these aspects of your project so that you always know that you have the materials required to do the job, from where and at what cost you can order more, where your equipment is deployed. And you need to track all this equipment data on an overall project-versus-estimate basis.
Unlike contractors that service and maintain large industrial facilities, you generate lower numbers of transactions but that doesn’t make your reporting and invoicing any less complex as you juggle reams of data about labor, materials, services, direct job expenses and more.
With Singletouch, all these variables are captured electronically at the time and in the place where they occur. This delivers operational control to you by giving you real-time visibility into every aspect of your complex construction project, allowing you to control costs, accurately report progress to your customer, and seamlessly feed all that data into your back-office accounting system for timely, accurate invoices that are paid more quickly.