Self-Sustaining Construction Software with MySmartPlans

Written by Shelley Armato

As someone, somewhere once said, “With great software comes great responsibility”. It’s our assumption that the responsibility this philosopher was referring to is the dreaded, seemingly unavoidable task of data entry. For years data entry has been associated with a dark corner of the office and low-level job titles – but not anymore. What if you could retrieve data in an organized fashion without ever having to spend the time to wrangle up and input your data? Modern problems require modern solutions, and MySmartPlans is showing the construction industry that there’s an entirely new way of capturing and accessing information during their projects.

                So just how modern is our solution? At MySmartPlans we make a bold claim in the form of an “80% reduction in data entry”, but it’s a very real figure. Our Project Information Managers handle everything ranging from document processing and upload, 99.9% accurate document interlinking, platform customization and Closeout Document collection – so our 11 to 1 ROI is much more than just a cost savings, it’s a total shift in the time you have available in the day to manage your projects. Imagine a project where you can access current, vetted and interlinked data without ever having to do any of the tedious work yourself – that’s the world our clients live in.

                Our tool belt ranges in everything from collaborative drawing mark-ups, single point of access project dashboards for your entire project delivery team and integration capabilities into the most common construction tools in the market. Once your projects reach substantial completion, we put on our closeout hats and get to work ensuring that your maintenance teams will have every piece of O&M and As-Built data they could ever need.

                Stop worrying about what your team will have to do to accommodate software systems, and let MySmartPlans be the ones to take on the tedious work.

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