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Announcing SKYSITE 2015 Fall Release

We’re happy to announce the 2015 Fall Release of SKYSITE!

Input from our customers and months of testing has helped us upgrade performance and usability to work like you work! No other app matches SKYSITE’s ability to store, manage, mark-up and distribute your construction documents.

SKYSITE’s Fall Release is full of improvements, including:

  1. RFIs

  2. Photo Management

  3. Punchlists

Keep reading to learn more about 3 main new features. For the deep dive go to: SKYSITE Fall Update

1. RFI

Team members can now create RFIs at the project level or the street level, and can distribute those documents within cloud-based SKYSITE as a link. You no longer have to rely on an outside email exchange that could be overlooked by some of its recipients.

Specifications, plans, and other documents can be linked to an RFI, and team members can always know the current and past status of these documents.

RFIs without the paper means change requests that are received can be quickly reviewed, with comments or attachments added, marked up online, and cross-referenced with other documents. No paper means costs associated with printing and shipping paper documents are eliminated.

2. Photo Management

With SKYSITE’s Photo Management, users can store and interact through photos anytime, anywhere. The feature is scalable, allowing workers to store and save photos on various sites while using different applications.

Users can upload photos from a mobile device or desktop computer, and store any number of digital photos, which can be individually tagged with details and comments. This enables employees to create inspection-grade construction photos that can serve as permanent records which could prevent litigation.

This new application also can help employees delegate uploading of photos to other team members, and enable previewing and sharing of photos between collaborators. In addition to being able to search and filter photos quickly, users can create photo galleries. The Photo Management feature works on all kinds of digital content, including JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF.

3. Punch Lists

SKYSITE’s Punch List feature enables workers to save time by creating punch list items from the field, which can be assigned to an employee, and tagged with a specified due date for completion. Punch list items can be dropped directly into a drawing, and filtered by status: open, closed, or pending.

Like SKYSITE’s other new features, the Punch List function helps provide employee accountability by tracking all actions related to the punch list. Progress on the punch list also can be tracked—due dates can be monitored, and “overdue” notices automatically sent for uncompleted items.

This handy feature frees employees from spending excessive time creating punch lists, while providing clarity in such lists, and streamlining the administration of the tasks associated with those lists.

New to SKYSITE? Go to www.skysite.com and get the iOS or Android app for free.

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