Meridian Systems, a maker of construction management software, has announced a mobile version of their Prolog software, supporting both the Apple (News - Alert) iPad and Windows mobile platforms.
“Since Prolog Mobile works with or without an Internet connection, our field managers can access Prolog when and where they need it,” said Jeremy Sibert, director of technology for Hensel Phelps Construction Company. “Our project teams now have the tools and information they need to be more productive, on or off the jobsite.”
The mobile version supports daily construction reports, punch list tracking, Requests For Information (RFIs), safety notices, inspections, events, field work directives, hot lists, notices to comply and viewing documents. The data can be collected from a jobsite and transmitted back to a main office running the desktop version of Prolog for evaluation.
Prolog is a successful source of solutions in architecture, engineering and construction for managing projects and keeping them on track.
“Prolog Mobile is the only native application built specifically for our Prolog solution,” said Geene Alhady, general manager of Meridian Systems. “Our customers are now empowered to upload photos, file attachments and video directly into Prolog while out in the field without any special integrations.”
Interested users can sign up for a webinar that will demonstrate the features of Prolog Mobile on April 18.
Meridian Systems recently released version 5.1 of their Proliance software package, allowing building managers and owners who manage new infrastructure and renovations. The new version includes user interface enhancements and the ability to customize the software field names in forms to match those used by a particular business. Proliance has also added support for mobile platforms, including Android, Blackberry and iPhone (News - Alert).
Sue Watkins, Director of Marketing at Meridian, also participated in the webinar, “Winning Strategies for Software Marketing in Search” earlier this month.
Edited by Braden Becker