ABAX’S NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TAKES EFFORT OUT OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT
ABAX has launched ABAX Worker – a paperless tool that gives project managers realtime control of a project’s documentation, information and progress.
Developed for the construction industry, ABAX Worker is a cloud-based solution using the latest software technology that transforms the way project managers and employees are kept up to date on a project’s progress.
ABAX Worker’s digital convenience gives project managers efficient, paperless and accurate handling of documentation, including adding customers, setting up projects, time tracking, creating and assigning tasks, and storing relevant HSE and Quality Assurance documentation.
Chris Miller, ABAX UK Chief Executive, said: “ABAX is a technology leader in the field of smart worker solutions in both hardware and software ensuring the best quality products and services.
“The construction industry is one of the largest industries in the world and the paperless ABAX Worker takes the effort out of project management.
“This is software as a solution and allows the user to gain concise insights on data and to make fast, structured decisions that can be communicated to field workers immediately.“
To help with the role out of ABAX Worker in the UK, ABAX will have a team of 15 at its Peterborough head office to support with bookings and sales.
Developed specifically for Apple iOS and Android, ABAX Worker’s user-friendly interface creates an optimal user experience while also efficiently utilising the operating systems built-in features.
All that is required to use ABAX Worker is a smartphone and it can even be integrated to GPS to give a simpler day when working out of the office.
ABAX has been delivering technology to the construction industry in the UK since 2012. The company’s vehicle technology, including Triplog and fleet management systems, allows construction fleet managers to effectively control the vehicles in their field and reduce fleet costs.
ABAX has a presence across Europe and ABAX Worker has also been introduced to the Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Dutch markets.