58,000 Man Hours Saved

58,000 Man Hours Saved

58,000 Man Hours Saved Challenges The project sought to reduce risk and improve project performance by replacing manual, paper-based processes with an RFID material identification system. Solution The Jovix deployment included sensory technology and field mobility to...

Preservation and Maintenance Success

One of the newer and less explored capabilities of Jovix® is the preservation and maintenance entity. Though sometimes in the background, or not important to all individuals on a project, compliance of preservation and maintenance is critical to construct, turnover,...

Material Readiness Redefined

As published in CIO Review Magazine Located just off Australia’s central Queensland coast, Curtis Island is home to uninhabited beaches, secret fishing spots and mangroves. Not far from this unexplored wilderness lies a bustling hub of coal seam gas export...

22 Days Later: The [Broken] Receiving Process Status Quo

At a recent materials management conference, someone gave a statistic that really stuck with me: the average time it takes to complete a material receipt using a traditional paper-based processes is 22 days. Twenty-two days! And according to the speaker, that’s an...

80-Foot Needle in a Haystack?

Losing material is a chronic problem. Let’s solve it. Losing material in a crowded laydown yard is a commonplace problem in construction, especially for large capital projects with multiple yards and warehouses that rely on a paper-based system. Using technology to...

The Problem with Re-Procurement

Death by a thousand cuts On a $4 billion project, what’s the big deal if field procurement has to cut a check for $9,000 to replace a lost pipe spool? It’s nothing, just a drop in the bucket. Okay, what about 5 re-procured pipe spools? Nobody wants to spend that kind...
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