Dallas-based cstructi company Rogers-O-Brien began using iPads at sites for the past five years, reports Business Insider in a project overseen by the chief technology officer applied Todd Wynne. Of the 340 employees in the company, 190 have an iPad for business purposes.
"All operatis staff receive an iPad that comes to Rogers O & Brien," advises Wynne. Half of the business that receives an iPad actually csists of those working in the field, ie anye who is not in the office full time.
iPads play a role in helping to manage the large amounts of paperwork involved in a cstructi project, including keeping all participants working from the same updated versi of the building plans. This "e Truth" method is estimated to save about 7% costs for each project, due to a reducti in errors caused by the use of outdated documents.
The paperless approach also minimizes the problems associated with the mass of documents created during cstructi. By associating it with the manual, product descripti, warranty, and other items that came with a TV, Wynne suggests "to imagine the same documentati for each compent of a product." building".
The paper-based approach costs …