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Monday, Day 1
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Good morning! While the first colleagues are heading for the coffee machine, the others are checking in directly with untermStrich on their smartphone or tablet. At least those who haven’t already done so in the subway on their way to the office, which, by the way, is much faster than the colleagues are moving…
Hurrah! A project was landed. Office manager Dirk picks up a cake from the pastry shop next door (a bit of celebration is allowed after all!). At the same time, the boss reports that the new customer was particularly impressed by the precise preparatory work.
The employees go from the breakroom to the team meeting with coffee in tow. Project manager Edita quickly prepares the new project – both analog and digital – in folders and structures. All info is now stored centrally in untermStrich. All team members are informed about the new project via the BUTLER – even those working out of the office. At any given time, they have a full overview on their tablet! The available resources are also checked simultaneously. Better safe than sorry!
The new team member has arrived. His name is Simon – fresh from university. He is allowed to jump right in with the new project. There’s not much time for preparation. Even before the cake is bought (as mentioned, a little celebration is a must!), the office management team has already entered all the relevant data, security settings and specifications in the team module. Simon is amazed at how organized everything is. That was not the case at university. Then he gets busy collecting fresh ideas.
Brief stop! The project requirements have already changed at short notice; the fee has been recalculated, and the individual cost components have been allocated according to project phases. After a few minutes, however, everything is back on track. In the meantime, the project master data sheet – with all info like m2, m3, density, floor area, development ratio – begins to develop its own life and interacts with the stakeholders. Simon is amazed. No, we didn’t have that at university.
The new customer calls. While still explaining how much he is looking forward to collaborating, the office management has all the relevant information about the customer on the monitor at the click of a mouse. Project assignments, networks, documents and much more are immediately available to Dirk. And the customer is impressed by the knowledge of the info desk…
Rush hour in the info pipeline! New addresses of builders’ representatives, contractors, suppliers shoot into the system on the fly. Even “profile photos” pop up when you go to the individual contacts. Simon makes a pit stop at the coffee machine. He’s already got the big picture; the only thing missing is more caffeine.
New categories and address groups are added continuously. So, in the end, there is more structure and overview for all project stakehold
The first project day comes to an end. Like all his colleagues, Simon logs the hours he has worked. It went pretty well, he thinks to himself. And beams when Dirk hands him a leftover piece of cake to take home.