Bridgit Bench dashboard now available on mobile

Bridgit Bench dashboard now available on mobile


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TL:DR The Bridgit Bench mobile application now includes a dashboard that provides overviews of your active and upcoming projects, unfilled project roles, allocation issues, and team members with capacity for more work. You can also select any of the data points and be taken to a filtered list for more information or to take action.

Bridgit Bench clients have been using the dashboard in our web-based application to quickly gain insights into the most critical aspects of their data. The dashboard helps to visualize your data and turns it into an information map that can help cut through the noise when you’re tracking a lot of project and resource data. However, the dashboard can be tricky to access on the web if you’re on-the-move.

Until now.

The team at Bridgit has added the dashboard experience to the Bridgit Bench mobile application, allowing you to quickly and easily access important resource planning information whether you’re in the office, on the jobsite, or anywhere in between.

The Bridgit Bench mobile dashboard will provide you with a snapshot of:

  • Active and upcoming projects

  • Unfilled project roles

  • Allocation issues

  • Team members that are available to take on more work


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You can also select any of the data points and be taken to a filtered list for more information or to take action/make changes. The Bridgit Bench mobile dashboard is available on iOS and Android. For all things mobile, visit the Bridgit Help Desk for more information.



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MICHEL RICHER

Michel Richer is the Product Marketing and Content Manager at Bridgit. He got his start in the construction industry at an early age with a local restoration company. Michel is driven to propel the construction industry forward by helping to eliminate outdated, inefficient processes. Connect with Michel on LinkedIn.