The construction industry has been driven by technological advances for the past half-century. The nexus of a current movement being adopted is photo collaboration, which has evolved from taking and printing out photos for documentation to storing, tagging, and sharing this content on the cloud across entire project teams including subcontractors and clientele. Pixly is currently at the forefront of this transformation.
Utilizing construction photo collaboration tools such as Pixly on your project has limitless utilization possibilities. The value of having images stored and managed by date, location, and thorough data tagging is a powerful way of sharing the project progress and tracking what has occurred on your project.
Our CEO had the opportunity to be a guest on the JB Knowledge ConTech Crew Podcast as guest #268. If you listen to this construction industry Podcast then you already know it’s considered one of the best. If you don’t listen to it yet, now is a great time to start.
We had the honor of being included in an article by the Construction App Guru (ConAppGuru) Rob McKinney - Five Apps for Construction for May 2021. Rob is a recognized industry thought leader and influencer who provides insightful straight-up news and information around construction technology.
Align your project teams on implementing best practices to get the most out of Pixly and help ensure your overall project success. Here is a list of easy-to-implement action items we recommend discussing internally to help visually outline your plan for utilizing Pixly from groundbreaking to topping out to completion.
Being a professional builder for a General Contractor, specialty subcontractor, or yourself can be a very demanding and chaotic business. However, it can be made a lot more simple by deploying the right tools at the right time.
While that is all doom and gloom we are a naturally optimistic bunch at Pixly. 2020 has been agreat year for us in other ways. We took an idea for construction photo documentationcollaboration and brought it to life as a new company called Pixly.