Bridgit launches new data-driven feature
Project Insights is an archive of jobsite data, now available to Bridgit Closeout users.
KITCHENER, ON (SEPTEMBER 18, 2017) -- Bridgit, a leader in mobile construction management, announced the launch of a new data-driven feature today. Project Insights collects real numbers from the site, and uses them to present a high-level summary of the project.
The feature offers a new approach to jobsite data, giving project managers the information they need to monitor progress, and make decisions that boost performance. Developers and general contractors can use Project Insights to:
- Share progress with stakeholders
- Monitor overdue tasks
- Identify problem areas and bottlenecks
- Hold subcontractors accountable with performance metrics
"This is a game-changer for Bridgit Closeout," explains Mallorie Brodie, Bridgit Co-founder and CEO. "Our users have always had access to reports that filter and summarize the tasks on site. Project Insights is different; it calculates high-level progress metrics that give quick insight about a project's status and team performance."
Project Insights pulls numbers from the task lists on site, and uses them to calculate project metrics that aren't available in a typical site management report. With a quick glance, users can see how many tasks are completed, the average age of incomplete tasks, and subcontractor performance week-over-week.
In the future, Bridgit plans to expand the metrics available in the Project Insights feature. "This is just the beginning," confirms Brodie. "We plan to grow the feature further, using feedback and suggestions from our users."
Bridgit Closeout users now have access to Project Insights via the company's web application. Developers and general contractors can learn more about Project Insights at gobridgit.com.
About Bridgit Inc.
Launched in 2014, Bridgit is a Canadian software company focused on developing mobile-first solutions for the construction industry. Bridgit's mobile software solutions are used by leading developers, general contractors, and engineering firms across North America.