Implementing Mobile Talent PCs and Web Tools for Quality Management and Commission
Reston, VA (PRWEB) August 11, 2008
Christopher Ramsey, Executive Vice President of LATISTA Technologies, will be a featured speaker at the Construction Managers Association of America (CMAA) National Conference in San Francisco this October to follow up a previous presentation given at the CMAA Leadership Forum in Baltimore in May 2008.
Mr. Ramsey's presentation, "Implementing Mobile Talent PCs and Web Tools for Quality Management and Commission," will demonstrate the use of portable computers and web-based mobile software on a construction job site that will reduce time spent noting and resolving issues related to quality, commission and punch lists as well as conducting quality and safety inspections and filing field reports. Audience members will also learn how software systems can store plans and drawings for markup, take photos for documentation, synchronize information and automatically generate reports for building owners, engineers, and subcontractors. Tablet PCs will be available for attendees to experience their benefits over pen and paper.
Mr. Ramsey will also detail how construction industry leaders have experienced the cost-savings benefits of construction management software in their reduction of office staff, elimination of paperwork, and decrease in inspection times. Audience members should come away from the presentation appreciating the benefits of a mobile software solution that reduces turnaround time from days or weeks to mere hours.
The CMAA National Conference is scheduled for October 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero Hotel in San Francisco where Mr. Ramsey will present on October 14 at 3:30 p.m. as an Emerging Technologies expert. LATISTA Technologies will also be on display during the conference trade show in booth 112. Conference registration is still available online at the CMAA website.
About LATISTA Technologies
LATISTA has been a leader in mobile and web-based field management software and services since its founding in Reston, Virginia, in 2001. Its software is used by top 200 contractors and top 50 owners worldwide to reduce project costs and risks by eliminating redundancy, enhancing collaboration among project participants, and allowing more thorough analysis of project performance.
Nat Moes, Marketing Communications Manager
(703) 391-1070x155, nmoes(at)latista.com