The quality of your jobsite data starts where that data is created: in the field. Historically, the construction industry operated using pen and paper for all of their jobsite documentation and communication. This leaves a lot of room for error if vital information about a project is missing, hard to read, or takes too much time to transcribe and pass to the necessary parties.
By making it easy to digitally record everything about a project while a superintendent is walking the jobsite throughout their day, companies will have stored historical data that they can use for their next bid on a future project. Better jobsite data means taking the guesswork out and having the insights to make better business decisions.