We’ve been very busy at Forsite this last quarter, preparing some great new features for the app which are going to solve some key issues we’ve been hearing about, and make managing your teams much easier and more efficient.
Can Forsite’s software help take a business to the next level? It sure can! Just ask Bhuvan Chander, General Manager of Total Plan Cleaning.
Three years ago, Bhuvan took over the commercial cleaning company after it had been in business for 11 years. At that time, it had just one branch and a system for overseeing its workforce that was time-consuming and far from cost-effective.
As technology changes and evolves around the world, it affects each and every industry and how they do business. As companies hone their efforts to meet the ever-changing needs of customers, sectors that don’t keep up with these changes risk being left behind their more agile competition.
This month signals the start of the new financial year for many Kiwi businesses, Forsite included. The new year is an opportunity to reflect on what’s been working well and what companies could be doing better or more of.
Over the last month, the Forsite team have been busy working on updating the Forsite App to include more features in the usability in the app. We have been working on including a "Hazard Feature" in the app, where contractors will be alerted to new hazards on site with a phone notification.
Over the last couple of months the Forsite team has been very busy working on and testing our new feature, ‘Induct Me’. This feature when enabled for a site, will require that users complete a site specific induction prior to check in.
In early 2017, Grant Sewell from GNS Electrical realised that he needed to keep track on Health and Safety of his employees with real time visibility. He aimed to do this without significant costing and change to his business, as implementing new processes in an established business can be disruptive.
As I head into the Christmas season and holidays as a proud and sometimes short tempered dad or three children I have been thinking about how to survive, no better still thrive over the Christmas holiday. This year the holiday break means spending a couple of weeks with my mother in law, who like myself is not always the most even tempered person.