New Project Management Software as the Integrated Resource in the Process of Construction

Top Quote Project management software programme that assist in coordinating a building project. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 04, 2016 - Brighton, UK - The role of a construction project manager is mainly to make sure that the various processes that go on simultaneously happen on time, at the right time. Because of the complex alignment of various elements, having a project management software programme can help integrate various processes.

    A project management software programme has inbuilt features that assist in coordinating a building project. One such software is BuilderStorm. With every possible feature that the building industry needs, it works as an integrated resource in the process of construction.

    Mr James Sandwick, who is a co-founder of BuilderStorm, says, "We at BuilderStorm have a deep understanding of the way the construction industry works. This is why BuilderStorm comes with a plethora of features, each one intrinsic to the working of the industry."

    Here are some of the processes that a construction project may need in a project management software programme, package, or suite:
    Design processes: Constructing a building often starts with an architectural design. It will also require layout plans and blueprints. BuilderStorm allows simple drawing and storage space for the project's drawings. It has an interactive drawings feature that allows users to annotate and update drawings in real time. This is especially useful when users are in different places and need to collaborate on a design. Additionally, it also allows storing of photographs, which makes sharing on-site progress with clients easier.

    Accounting and Procurements: Calculating wages for construction companies may not be the same as other industries. It is often dependent on the number of days or hours worked, which may vary from person to person. BuilderStorm understands this and has a special accounting feature that is specifically created for the building industry. It also makes it easier to keep track of procurements. Whether it is materials or subcontractors, a project team can view what has been ordered and when.

    Communications: An important part of any team's coordination is communication. BuilderStorm has an email service that can be used to send emails to individuals, projects groups, or even just a team within a project. The emails can also have documents from within the system attached, making document sharing simpler. Request for information queries can be sent from within the system. It is even possible to set up notifications for unanswered RFIs.

    Daily Diary: BuilderStorm can be used to plan the day to day operations, meetings, and deadlines. These can be shared with the team with the option of setting email reminders. The diary also sends a daily weather report allowing the users to plan tasks so that there are no delays.

    These are just some of the features that Mr Sandwick says are included in the software. "There are many tasks that can be planned or scheduled on BuilderStorm, making your job easier. Why waste time manually setting up something when you can automate it with a computer", he says.

    He goes on to say, "It is not possible for a person to work with several variables at a time. In a construction project, there are way too many variables. What's more, they have to come together at exactly the right time. If they don't, there are delays. Even a day's delay can cost quite a bit. Why risk setbacks when you can have BuilderStorm plan your entire project for you", he asks. "Let the software integrate all the processes so that you can dedicate yourself to running your company."

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