PlanRadar Closer to Total Digitalisation of Croatian Construction Site Work

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Bojan Petkovic, the director of PlanRadar for Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia stated that ”we’re one step closer to abandoning large and inconspicuous paper reports and the complete digitalisation of work on construction sites, especially in the area of ​​data exchange and processing.”

That’s how Petkovic described the new opportunity that this Croatian-Austrian startup offers to the users of its software platform, with Croatian construction sites hopefully abandoning endless amounts of paperwork.

As they announced, PlanRadar has introduced a new, extremely important feature in its solution – Digital Project Reports, which further facilitates the collection of data from construction sites and enables them to use data even more efficiently within the application itself.

As explained from this company, which currently has more than 13,000 users across more than 55 countries, thanks to Digital Project Reports, users and subcontractors can now import PDF reports into the PlanRadar platform and easily collect data from various construction sites by using existing forms and importing data. These reports can be searched or new reports can be created based on them.

“Our users use many different, pre-defined reports to respond to the reporting needs of the relevant institutions or their partners and investors, such as a construction log. In order to further facilitate and speed up the process of collecting information and reporting, we decided to go one step further and after creating digital report forms that are available with just one click within the PlanRadar application, enable the import of data from existing PDF forms through project reports,” explained Petkovic.

It’s worth mentioning that the PlanRadar platform has pointed out that by digitalising these work processes in construction, they’re working to further reduce the frequency of errors, save time and enable a significant increase in efficiency. This will likely be of enormous benefit to Croatian construction sites, especially as the post-earthquake reconstruction of Zagreb, Petrinja, Sisak, Glina and elsewhere gets underway.

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