Key features of Priority1
Designed to re-engineer paper based processes and operations within a live engineering and construction environment, the Priority1 framework provides the following functions that can be used on their own or integrated to create more sophisticated operations. With both web and handheld environments Priority1 provides powerful features wherever you are. Automatic task assignment to subcontractors by email or handheld device makes Priority1 completely flexible.
Task Management: More than just Snagging
Task Management is used for operations that create actionable events that are managed through to completion. Tasks created within Priority1 are always associated with a specific location and have a workflow. Tasks can be reported visually and communicated on a plan view. Our clients frequently use Task Management for site based operations such as Snagging, Clear-up Notices, Variations and Incomplete Works.
Forms: Increased Efficiency with Less Paper
Forms are used to create electronic versions of the paper based processes used at site. Forms provide a document and audit trail and are capable of generating tasks. Forms are also associated with a workflow. Our clients frequently use Forms for site based operations such as Health & Safety Inspections, Permits to Work, Quality Checksheets, Non-Conformance Reports and Site Diaries
Process Management: Automated Efficiency
Process Management is used to created a predefined sequence of tasks that can be scheduled for completion at a point in time. Process Management tasks are associated with a specific location and have a workflow and can also be associated with a specific Form. Our clients frequently use Process Management to create a Program of Work for a specific location or to create an inspection regime, for example, to create a Concrete Pour Inspection and Test Programme, a Room Fit-Out Programme or a Weekly Health & Safety Schedule
Workflow: Start to Finish Management
Workflow is used to create a sequence of states that a Task, Form or Process can move between. Changes in the status of a workflow can trigger a communication plan action that will distribute a report to a recipient via email, for example, if an NCR is raised on site and its workflow status set to open then a report of that NCR document will be automatically sent by email to the Project Director for review.
Plan View: See Issues Visually
Plan View is a report format that represents tasks visually on a construction drawing.