Women in utilities

Women need to step up: hire women, promote women, and mentor them DistribuTECH 2018 was a whirlwind for all of us at Sitetracker. Thankfully, we had amazing visitors to our booth who all wanted to learn about our project and asset management platform. As well as our new mobile app! If you can excuse the humble brag, because we were so run off our feet spreading the news about how we are changing the game for utilities, I was only able to sneak away to one networking breakfast – Women …

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Project management is now mobile!

Sitetracker Mobile launches to empower mobile workers and strengthen collaboration   By empowering field employees and contractors to be more efficient and productive, Sitetracker Mobile ensures that project managers can forecast accurately based on real-time data.   Today at DistribuTECH, the most significant utilities focused conference, we have officially launched Sitetracker Mobile to empower desktop and remote workers in the Utilities, Alternative Energy, Smart Cities and Telecommunications industries. The new app is immediately available on Android and iOS for all Sitetracker customers. Sitetracker Mobile, the first to market native application, includes game-changing …

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WIS 2017: The challenge of smart city applications

The smart city revolution is is showing no signs of slowing down. Applications like outdoor wi-fi kiosks, smart garbage cans and smart parking are popping up in cities nationwide. The challenge for municipalities is trying to figure out how to balance innovation with cost. At WIS 2017, the breakout panel on smart cities provided a lens into what the near-future might look like. Daniel Rebeor, vice president at Dais Holdings, discussed his work developing a state-of-the-art smart home system for the Lake Nona community in South Florida. Lake Nona used the Wellness Home built on Innovation …

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It’s official: we have a new office in NYC

Here at Sitetracker we are so excited share with you that we have just launched our third office. The new location at Grand Central Tech in Midtown New York, will supplement our existing offices in Palo Alto, California and Montclair, New Jersey. “We’ve seen our team increase by over 300% over the last year as we’ve continued to partner with the world’s most innovative companies to build the future faster,” said Giuseppe Incitti, Sitetracker CEO. “We’re extremely excited to open a new office in the heart of Midtown Manhattan so that we …

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Sitetracker wins four prestigious awards in one week!

Months after Series A investment from NEA, we’ve been recognized by Comparably today as one of the Top Fifty Places to Work in America. And we are just stoked. This enviable award comes off the back of similar successes this week where we won three other awards. The total list includes: Best Company for Diversity Best Company for Women Best CEO Best Place To Work San Francisco Read on to see a snippet of our press release that just went out over the wire… With market-leading customers such as Verizon, …

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Using outdated tech to run your projects?

Remember when Excel spreadsheets were like, all the rage? When crafting flawless pivot tables was considered an art form? Neither do we. The fact is if you’re using spreadsheets, you’re using a technology older than the Motorola Brick. Deployment project managers are currently living in excel hell, and it’s not getting any better. Densification and the rise of small cells compounds the pain. The volume of projects is going through the roof and increased competition has tightened margins. Add in the fact that PM’s often don’t have the luxury of a project plan …

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