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PlanRadar launches system to revamp project record keeping in the construction industry

PlanRadar launches document management system. (Image source: PlanRadar)

European digital construction platform PlanRadar has upgraded its suite of digital management tools with a new document management function 

The feature is easier to use, more intuitive and streamlined in order to collate and manage data between the in-field and back-office teams. In order to maintain a tamper-proof audit trail and a comprehensive image of all sign-offs during projects, it fulfils the request by providing a simple approach to track, plan, and document approvals.  

By incorporating plans and documents into the same review process, PlanRadar also enhances cooperation, document organisation, and versioning. Additionally, users may mark up plans, provide input and approvals on current papers, compare file updates in real-time, and digitally save all project data in easy-access folders.

The Middle East is the region with the most difficulty in finishing construction projects, according to a survey by consultancy-me, with an average delay of 22.5 months, or 83% of the overall planned duration. The average amount in dispute, according to the research, was $154m, or more than one-third of the project's overall budget.

As such, PlanRadar’s users can access and exchange documents easily thanks to increased functionality, which helps them save time. Importantly, it provides centralised document management for real estate and construction projects, where everything is kept in an easy-to-search database. Project teams may ensure that crucial papers are accessible upon request, secure, and safe. This will help compliance-related operations.  

Ibrahim Imam, co-founder and group co-CEO at PlanRadar said, “In a highly regulated world where access to correct and comprehensive information is non-negotiable, our document management feature supports day-to-day accurate data management so that more time can be freed up for high-value tasks, increasing efficiency, limiting errors and achieving better results. Importantly, it simplifies workflows, ensuring there are no gaps in record management, and encourages seamless collaboration to empower project teams to build with certainty and clarity.” 

Clemens Hammerl, chief product officer at PlanRadar said, “The feature’s core role is to ease the data collation and compliance burden with minimal disruption to existing software, hardware and project schedules.”