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Jan 24 2012

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BIW launch business intelligence module

According to its latest news release, Woking, Surrey, UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor, BIW Technologies has launched a new business intelligence (BI) module that it says provides advanced business analysis and reporting capabilities from data across processes, documents, cost and budgets and compliance data/transactions. A second module provides quality, health and safety and environmental (QHSE) compliance data.

The BI module enables the design and delivery of bespoke project and programme dashboards, transaction reports and performance summaries. These can be produced in text or graphical form, and can be emailed to recipients. According to director Steve Cooper, monthly reports need no longer rely on data exported to expensive third party reporting systems, but can be completed within BIW’s online project control applications. Moreover, these reports can be viewed on all mobile devices, meaning the latest information is always available and never ‘out-of-date’.

BIW’s QSHE Compliance helps organisations roll out their QSHE plans, and then monitor and manage performance to ensure contracts remain compliant, through sets of questionnaire and survey functions, augmented by real-time performance management reports. The module has apparently been developed in conjunction with one of the UK’s leading supermarket retailers and a leading construction contractor, and collates all incident, accident, trend, inspection and scorecard data.

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