Clients, designers, subcontractors and suppliers can link to the platform each with specific indicators by which they can measure; clients on the projects to which they are assigned, drawings that submitted by designers, or RFIs they respond.
You can invite any number of the external companies to collaborate on the system, with no extra fees
At first, it may seem a challenging idea to be able to invite external companies to the project, but be assured that we have rendered this phrase as pain-free as possible.
By using the Company Enrollment feature of BuilderStorm, you can create content that needs to view before any company starts working with your company.
By using BuilderStorm’s Company Enrolment feature, you can create content that needs to be viewed before any company starts to work with your company.
Watch a short 3-minute demonstration of how the Company Management feature looks and works.
BuilderStorm’s Company Management feature allows you to create an unlimited number of companies on the system and invite them to collaborate on the platform for all of the projects they are assigned to. You can add clients, designers, sub contractors and suppliers to the platform, each having unique metrics they can be measured on; clients on the projects they are assigned to, designers by the drawings they issue or RFIs they answered, etc. The whole feature operates as a company database, keeping all of the information related to that company in one place. You can add all of the companies relevant insurances – Professional Indemnity, Public Liability and Employers Liability and receive notifications when they are due to expire. You can also assign each company a status, which will help filter them later for Tender Packages, using the status as an internal rating system. This makes keeping track of all of your approved sub-contractors so much easier.
Being able to invite external companies to the platform may seem like a daunting concept at first, but rest assured, we have made this process as pain free as possible.
Firstly, you can invite any number of external company to collaborate on the system and there are no extra fees for doing so; a true collaborative platform should not charge extra for adding more users.
Secondly, any external company user will have very strict permissions, never having access to any sensitive company information. But, they will also restricted views within the various features. For example, one sub contractor within the RFIs feature will only be able to see the content that relates to their company, they can never see any queries that are created by other parties (unless they are within the distribution list), giving you confidence that one companies queries will not create follow up queries from another. Each company can be added and removed from a project with the click of a button, so as one company completes a project and another starts, the process is as simple as possible.
Categorised Companies – Section content references (Quotes/ Invoices/ RFI’s/ Snag lists/ Procurements) – Defining Company Statuses