CIO Review awards Sitetracker top prize in utility technology

  After DistribuTECH 2018 — the largest and most well-respected utility-focused event in the United States — the CIO Review embarked on a mission to identify the most innovative technology platforms for the utility industry. Following months of research and analysis, Sitetracker has been named the Best Utility Project & Asset Management Platform. The full-lifecycle platform, with functionality designed to support asset and project managers along with field technicians and remote workers alike, is poised to deliver on its mission to help their customers build the future faster.     …

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3 Steps to Maximizing Your Operational Efficiency

[PART I]   It’s not news to anyone that streamlined workflows or processes generally result in tremendous savings in both time and cost. Indeed, it would be surprising if every business leader did not have several ongoing initiatives designed to optimize their overall effectiveness. After all, small improvements in productivity can be a key differentiator between yourself and your closest competitors or hitting board and investor targets. This is especially true for capital-intensive industries (telecom, utilities, etc.) where these efficiencies are even more pronounced due to their business models.   …

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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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Using outdated tech to run your projects?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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