McSloy Construction
Case Study

McSloy Construction

McSloy construction approached us with an idea to develop and launch modern technology to an otherwise analog industry. They believed an integrated Property Management System (PMS) and a Content Management System (CMS) to track every aspect of a construction project would be a game changer in their industry and would give them an edge over their competitors.
Simublade mobile App Development

Project Vision

McSloy Construction envisioned digitizing and automating their workflows to bring them all into one place. In order to accomplish this, the solution would need to be able to handle every phase of a project, from bid generation to feedback collection.

iOS App Development
Android Development
UI/UX
Branding
Android Development
UI/UX
Branding

Obstacles Found

Developing a robust UI for McSloy wasn’t difficult, but figuring out a way to implement the various tracking systems in the backend proved to be a bit challenging. However, once we approached it from an admin’s perspective, we were able to narrow what was displayed on the dashboard down to the most specific and effective metrics that would allow a manager to catch up on a project’s progress within minutes.

McSloy Construction

Solutions Provided

Simublade was able to successfully develop a Customer and Project Management System that brought McSloy’s entire project lifecycle into one integrated application. The web app that followed allowed for unparalleled automation in the construction workflow - from tracking leads to awarding contracts and receiving feedback after project completion.

Final Result

McSloy Construction now has a scalable, integrated web application that makes them a leader in their industry. With integrated financials, a suite of invoicing and signing services and even a feedback collection system, the McSloy PMS system significantly reduces workflow overhead across the organization and allows for unparalleled customer service.

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Technologies Used

angular
mysql
amazonaws
node