Databases maintained by suppliers, contractors, and project owners have been typically incompatible.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration™ Technology is an intuitive and streamlined system that accelerates the creation and maintenance of digital connections between industry participants involved in one or more projects.

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Solution:

  • One Single Source of Truth

Databases maintained by suppliers, contractors, and project owners have been typically incompatible.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration™ Technology is an intuitive and streamlined system that accelerates the creation and maintenance of digital connections between industry participants involved in one or more projects.

Request a Demo

Solution:

  • One Single Source of Truth

Databases maintained by suppliers, contractors, and project owners have been typically incompatible.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration™ Technology is an intuitive and streamlined system that accelerates the creation and maintenance of digital connections between industry participants involved in one or more projects.

Request a Demo

Solution:

  • One Single Source of Truth

The Problem:

Data is stored in different formats.

Construction project stakeholders store their data differently and the supply chain that supports them adds an order of magnitude more variation in the data. At the simplest level the parties might identify each other with slightly different names or label a construction material ticket with a different representation of the same project.

In some cases they are easy to spot by eye, for example a supplier might label a ticket “Route 1” while the Agency labeled the project “S37586 – Reconstruction of US Route 1”. In other cases the complexity increases considerably, without a one for one match, and available electronic systems are not able to communicate and combine the data for the benefit of all of the stakeholders.

 

The Problem:

Data is stored in different formats.

Construction project stakeholders store their data differently and the supply chain that supports them adds an order of magnitude more variation in the data. At the simplest level the parties might identify each other with slightly different names or label a construction material ticket with a different representation of the same project.

In some cases they are easy to spot by eye, for example a supplier might label a ticket “Route 1” while the Agency labeled the project “S37586 – Reconstruction of US Route 1”. In other cases the complexity increases considerably, without a one for one match, and available electronic systems are not able to communicate and combine the data for the benefit of all of the stakeholders.

The Problem:

Existing Systems are siloed and require duplicative work to function.

Current systems primarily force the project owner to work within a siloed interface with the expectation that if reconciliation needs to happen, it will be done manually. If a project owner inspector wishes to assign a cost code to a delivered construction material ticket, they need to remember it or look for it elsewhere. If a user needs to be added, an existing user within the project needs to add them within the system. If a user wishes to push data back into their project management system, they must download a csv file and then upload it manually in their system.

These examples represent wasted and even duplicative effort, the project and project administration data already exists but existing systems cannot automate the interactions to reduce the impact on users.

The Problem:

Users are pushed to fill in the gaps for existing systems.

Some systems put the burden of reconciliation entirely on the user. These types of systems are not able to associate material tickets, projects, and users. They need the user to tell them potentially everything in order to function. This typically results in limited utility to the user and/or further increases the odds of mismatched project data. The simplest example is a system asking “clarifying questions” from a user to ensure that their data ends up in the first place such as having an inspector navigate through 500 projects to find the couple they should be working within the right place.

The most challenging example is when the burden is pushed entirely on supplier users to change their ticketing practices to preempt the problems.

The Problem:

Data is stored in different formats.

Construction project stakeholders store their data differently and the supply chain that supports them adds an order of magnitude more variation in the data. At the simplest level the parties might identify each other with slightly different names or label a construction material ticket with a different representation of the same project.

In some cases they are easy to spot by eye, for example a supplier might label a ticket “Route 1” while the Agency labeled the project “S37586 – Reconstruction of US Route 1”. In other cases the complexity increases considerably, without a one for one match, and available electronic systems are not able to communicate and combine the data for the benefit of all of the stakeholders.

The Problem:

Existing Systems are siloed and require duplicative work to function.

Current systems primarily force the project owner to work within a siloed interface with the expectation that if reconciliation needs to happen, it will be done manually. If a project owner inspector wishes to assign a cost code to a delivered construction material ticket, they need to remember it or look for it elsewhere. If a user needs to be added, an existing user within the project needs to add them within the system. If a user wishes to push data back into their project management system, they must download a csv file and then upload it manually in their system.

These examples represent wasted and even duplicative effort, the project and project administration data already exists but existing systems cannot automate the interactions to reduce the impact on users.

The Problem:

Users are pushed to fill in the gaps for existing systems.

Some systems put the burden of reconciliation entirely on the user. These types of systems are not able to associate material tickets, projects, and users. They need the user to tell them potentially everything in order to function. This typically results in limited utility to the user and/or further increases the odds of mismatched project data. The simplest example is a system asking “clarifying questions” from a user to ensure that their data ends up in the first place such as having an inspector navigate through 500 projects to find the couple they should be working within the right place.

The most challenging example is when the burden is pushed entirely on supplier users to change their ticketing practices to preempt the problems.

The Problem:

Existing Systems are siloed and require duplicative work to function.

Current systems primarily force the project owner to work within a siloed interface with the expectation that if reconciliation needs to happen, it will be done manually. If a project owner inspector wishes to assign a cost code to a delivered construction material ticket, they need to remember it or look for it elsewhere. If a user needs to be added, an existing user within the project needs to add them within the system. If a user wishes to push data back into their project management system, they must download a csv file and then upload it manually in their system.

These examples represent wasted and even duplicative effort, the project and project administration data already exists but existing systems cannot automate the interactions to reduce the impact on users.

The Solution:

Synchronicity between construction project data and materials data.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration Technology solves these challenges through a database reconciliation system in which stored construction project data and stored construction materials data can be associated automatically. With data flowing into and out of systems automatically, the systems can now work for the user instead of the user working for the system. This technology adds productivity to the projects teams and fulfills the promise of what digital material systems of the future have promised.

Without an intelligent database reconciliation technology, current processes are limited to essentially sharing material tickets with users, allowing the user to add data manually and pushing data back into the project owner’s system through a csv upload. These types of systems are unsustainable, clunky, and bring little utility to the project teams and may even put an undue burden on supply chain participants to function.

The Solution:

Synchronicity between construction project data and materials data.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration Technology solves these challenges through a database reconciliation system in which stored construction project data and stored construction materials data can be associated automatically. With data flowing into and out of systems automatically, the systems can now work for the user instead of the user working for the system. This technology adds productivity to the projects teams and fulfills the promise of what digital material systems of the future have promised.

Without an intelligent database reconciliation technology, current processes are limited to essentially sharing material tickets with users, allowing the user to add data manually and pushing data back into the project owner’s system through a csv upload. These types of systems are unsustainable, clunky, and bring little utility to the project teams and may even put an undue burden on supply chain participants to function.

The Problem:

Users are pushed to fill in the gaps for existing systems.

Some systems put the burden of reconciliation entirely on the user. These types of systems are not able to associate material tickets, projects, and users. They need the user to tell them potentially everything in order to function. This typically results in limited utility to the user and/or further increases the odds of mismatched project data. The simplest example is a system asking “clarifying questions” from a user to ensure that their data ends up in the first place such as having an inspector navigate through 500 projects to find the couple they should be working within the right place.

The most challenging example is when the burden is pushed entirely on supplier users to change their ticketing practices to preempt the problems.

The Solution:

Synchronicity between construction project data and materials data.

HaulHub’s patented Calibration Technology solves these challenges through a database reconciliation system in which stored construction project data and stored construction materials data can be associated automatically. With data flowing into and out of systems automatically, the systems can now work for the user instead of the user working for the system. This technology adds productivity to the projects teams and fulfills the promise of what digital material systems of the future have promised.

Without an intelligent database reconciliation technology, current processes are limited to essentially sharing material tickets with users, allowing the user to add data manually and pushing data back into the project owner’s system through a csv upload. These types of systems are unsustainable, clunky, and bring little utility to the project teams and may even put an undue burden on supply chain participants to function.

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REDUCE INEFFICIENCIES WITH ONE SINGLE SOURCE OF TRUTH

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REDUCE INEFFICIENCIES WITH ONE SINGLE SOURCE OF TRUTH

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