How Project Tracker Makes Remote Teams More Productive
Managing your construction projects with remote team members presents its challenges. The Construction Viz Project Tracker app helps your remote project teams stay in the loop and on track.
The Remote Work Challenge
Working remotely is becoming the new normal. Remote team members need access to collaborative tools that work efficiently in increasingly disjointed environments. Using email for project communication has always been pervasive, but now it is the band-aid way to replace face-to-face team discussion.
The new normal of remote work puts even more burden on project managers. Not only do they have their core responsibilities, but now they often find themselves assuming the role of data entry clerks collecting project information from many different sources to update excel spreadsheets.
Without in-person meetings or the ability to stop by someone’s desk for a quick update, project teams need to embrace a new paradigm to make remote work more efficient.
Construction Viz Project Tracker as the Remote Work Productivity Solution
Wouldn’t it be nice if your team could make their updates directly in an easy-to-use web-based work management application, thereby allowing your project manager to focus on analyzing and forecasting project progress? No more wasted time on data entry and online meetings.
The Construction Viz Project Tracker app puts the team at the forefront. Project Tracker has enough detail that each stakeholder can quickly provide scope, schedule, and budget updates for their tasks. The app displays project milestone statuses in an intuitive stop-light dashboard. Updates are made by simply filtering on your tasks and clicking on the status icon. Team members automatically receive email alerts when tasks are due. They can get directly to their tasks with interactive configurable dashboard views, minimizing the need to chase down and follow-up with responsible parties.
The Project Tracker has been successfully used to manage multi-million dollar programs across many different disciplines. In one program alone, a client used it to manage over 6,000 projects and almost 400,000 activities, spread across seven functional teams.