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Leaving a Legacie – Reducing Use of Paper On Site by 93%
Legacie is a privately-owned real estate investment and development company based in the UK, operating across residential, commercial and hospitality sectors.
Legacie initially came to innDex seeking a basic Access Control solution for The Quarter project in Liverpool. Whilst working with the team, exploring some of the tools contained in the innDex offering, they took up the use of the software solution too. The innDex platform meets Legacie’s collaborative, lean and interactive system requirements. Better connecting all teams and driving improvements across the whole project Supply Chain.
Legacie offers co-living spaces and eco-friendly, sustainable technologies across the prime cities of the UK, The Quarter in Liverpool being one of their first ones. innDex is being used on the project to control all inductions, time management, plant inspections, daily activities, deliveries and coordination on-site.
INNDEX TOOLS USED - SOME HIGHLIGHTS
- 35 productive hours saved per week (inductees, inductors & admin staff).
- Project pre-enrolment allows the teams to be briefed and get straight to work.
- The Site Manager can connect with the entire workforce directly from the app.
- Automated competency check/verification CSCS, CPCS etc.
- Check thorough examination certificates and undertake daily checks.
- Push notifications are sent out automatically when any issue is flagged or the plant needs inspecting.
- Plant and Equipment register automated for compliance and auditability.
- Carry out briefings in minutes from your phone. No printing/No scanning and uploading.
- Notifications for briefings can be sent to anyone in the team.
- The Site Manager can review who’s been briefed and send reminders to those who are yet to be briefed.
- Briefings can also be uploaded remotely by senior-management teams, and the activity of who’s been briefed can be accessed from anywhere, at any time.
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