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PlanRadar, one of Europe’s leading digital construction, real estate, and facilities management platforms, has enhanced its suite of digital management tools with a new document management function. The feature has been designed in response to calls from existing subscribers for an easy-to-use, intuitive, and streamlined way to collate and manage data between the in-field and back-office teams.
It answers the call by offering a painless way to track, plan and document approvals to make it easier to maintain a tamperproof audit trail and a clear picture of all sign-off during projects. Complementing the wider PlanRadar platform, the new feature improves document organization, versioning, and collaboration, combining plans and documents into the same approval flow. Users can digitally store all project data in easy-access folders, mark up plans, share feedback and approvals on up-to-date documents, and compare file revisions in real-time. The improved functionality achieved by incorporating Document Management means files and records can be accessed and shared effortlessly, helping users save time. It offers centralized document management where everything is stored in a simple-to-search database for construction and real estate projects.
“In a highly-regulated world where access to correct and comprehensive information is non-negotiable, our Document Management feature supports day-to-day accurate data management so that more time can be freed up for high-value tasks, increasing efficiency, limiting errors, and achieving better results. Importantly, it simplifies workflows, ensuring there are no gaps in record management, and encourages seamless collaboration to empower project teams to build with certainty and clarity. We are continuously working to expand our platform’s capabilities, developing new features and services in line with our customer’s requirements,“ said Ibrahim Imam, PlanRadar Co-CEO.