Construction equipment management software enables you to track assets throughout warehouses, vehicles and job sites, providing you with their exact location at all times, as well as their compliance status and service maintenance schedules, while ensuring your projects are delivered on time and on budget.
Knowing what features or benefits you should prioritize when choosing the best solution for your business can be a challenge since there is a wide range of options out there that all claim to be the best on the market and offer different functionalities
There are some common pitfalls construction managers tend to fall into when choosing tool or equipment management software:
“The software wasn’t compatible with all our equipment, so we were limited on what tools we could track"
“The asset tags were unsuitable for the type of work we carry out”
"We switched to a new provider because we didn't have on site support"
That’s why in this blog, we highlight the four key characteristics of the best equipment management software, so that you can easily compare the market and make the right decision for your construction business.
This blog article is one in a series developed to share knowledge and equip you to get even more out of your tools and staff.