FlowForma’s cloud-based software is increasingly used on major construction projects worldwide replacing paper-based processes such as Permits To Dig, Check Sheets and Field Change Requests with automated workflows.
A user-friendly interface and ‘no-code’ self-build capabilities are the latest features to be offered by the firm.
They will enrich the mobile experience of using the software on construction sites, including captioned photos, maps with GPS co-ordinates, and ‘wet signatures’, all of which can be instantly uploaded into relevant forms and shared digitally.
The launch of its new FlowForma app for Microsoft Teams will also significantly improve the visibility of tasks, decision making on projects and collaboration site-wide for organisations.
Users will now benefit from instant notifications on when a task is delayed or in danger of delay, instant access to a dashboard within Teams containing tasks awaiting their completion, and the ability to build out processes during a Teams call collectively to maximize the productivity of online meetings.
Olivia Bushe, FlowForma CEO, said: “Construction site work is notoriously dependent on paperwork and delays are common because forms get lost. The sector is a sweet spot for FlowForma software, which improves visibility, governance and productivity around highly regulated processes like Health & Safety and Quality Control.”