Raken’s new Segmented Daily Reports feature allows field teams to submit multiple daily reports for complex projects, improving visibility into site progress and organization, and streamlining internal communication. Users can create multiple daily reports for each building or location and submit timesheets that reflect 24/7 work hours for different crews. Field teams can collaborate to provide a full picture of progress by submitting individual reports on a single project.
Previously, field management apps limited daily reports to a single submission per day, complicating the documentation of jobsites that require multiple foremen, shifts, locations or phases. Collaborating on a single report has historically been a struggle for field teams, as it requires extra coordination at the end of the day and often results in incomplete and inconsistent reports being shared with stakeholders. With Segmented Daily Reports, crews can submit their own individual reports, on their own time, with greater detail – which are then automatically aggregated into a single document for better visibility in the office.
“Segmentened Daily Reports has streamlined our daily reporting workflow on large projects. There was no learning curve and it has resulted in easier record keeping and all-around better communication,” said Nick Fassbender, field engineer at Boldt. “We've been looking for a feature like this for years, and now with Segmentened Daily Reports, we're able to consolidate multiple reports from each of our superintendents into a single document that is more easily shared with our stakeholders."
Raken serves clients in 92 countries and has been utilized on over 350,000 projects. The cloud-based SaaS solution has recently introduced several powerful product enhancements, including Production Tracking to help teams monitor time, materials and equipment.