Tag Archive: snagging

Apr 26 2016

Go-Cam founder responds

Last month, I wrote a blog post about the Go-Cam video snagging app. After giving it a quick test on my Samsung Galaxy S6 Android smartphone, I identified various issues with the service – to which the founder of Go-Cam, Tod Yeadon, has responded: Preventing disputes with Go-Cam Video Reporting As the founder of Go-Cam …

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Mar 18 2016

Go-Cam video snagging

Live-streaming video reports from site – Go-Cam looked interesting but ultimately disappointed.  Mobile apps for construction snagging (aka: punchlisting, quality control, etc) have become common, taking advantage of smartphones’ and tablets’ in-built cameras to include a photograph of the defect as part of the report. A new app takes this one stage further, and suggests …

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May 19 2014

Plan2Finish marks new step for SmartBuilder

After four years of trying to crack the UK and Irish market with an Android-based construction defects management (aka ‘snagging’ or ‘punchlist’) application, Dublin-based Smartbuilder has launched a new Android application under a new name and website, Plan2Finish, and has also set up shop in the USA. On Friday it announced the launch of its …

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May 01 2014

Conject fleshes out its mobile defects offering

European SaaS collaboration and infrastructure lifecycle management vendor Conject presented its construction mobile defects management solution to London audiences today. Some four months after acquiring Paris, France-based mobile AEC software developer Wapp6, Munich- and Woking-based Conject presented its defects management solution, OPR6, to audiences attending two seminars at London’s Thames-side National Theatre this morning. The events …

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Sep 20 2012

Aconex extends mobile offering to iPad

I’ve mentioned its imminent launch a couple of times recently but now it’s official: Aconox Mobile for iPad. The Melbourne, Australia-based SaaS collaboration vendor Aconex launched an iPhone app in May last year (post), and has now expanded its portfolio to include an iPad app (already winner of the 2012 Australian Mobile Award for Project Management), …

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May 24 2012

Snag List app seeking funding

First Su Butcher tweeted about it, then Construction Enquirer wrote about it, so I had to find out more about the Snag List iPhone app. The app is being developed by James Crowson of London-based app consultancy Creative Grid and construction project manager Scott Eggleton, and is intended to help users quickly and easily create organised lists …

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Jan 04 2012

Docia Deficiency List on Droid

During 2011, I enjoyed occasional contacts with Mads Bording, CEO of Denmark-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Docia (aka ‘Byggeweb’ in the Nordic region), and we finally got to meet, very briefly, at November’s Construction Computing Awards dinner in London (post). The company has been following up with its promised mobile functionality (see May 2011 …

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Mar 03 2011

A role for resellers?

Some construction businesses already function effectively as value-added resellers of SaaS-based collaboration tools, filling a gap left open by traditional software VARs. I have discussed routes to market for SaaS construction collaboration vendors a few times – for example, last September, I contrasted Woobius‘s aspirations to sell direct via the web with vendors who have …

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Aug 20 2010

Asite’s Appbuilder and Platform-as-a-Service

UK-based construction collaboration software developer Asite is looking to emulate Salesforce‘s Force.com Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering by creating a platform to host construction-related applications built using its Appbuilder development framework. This is the latest development in the competitive world of construction collaboration technology, but is likely to be quickly emulated by Asite’s key rivals. Background Ten …

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May 18 2010

Asite’s Spring release

UK-based construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has released an updated version of its platform. The Spring ’10 release went ‘live’ during the evening of Friday 14 May 2010, meaning all Asite users subsequently had access to new functionality (see PDF), including: Asite’s new cMOB interface (see previous post), including mobile-enabled versions of Asite Site Manager …

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