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SymTerra announces Google Cloud partnership to accelerate digital transformation

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SymTerra announces Google Cloud partnership to accelerate digital transformation

SymTerra, the digital communication tool built for on-site project teams, has announced its partnership with Google Cloud at this year’s Interchange Annual Conference in Manchester Central.

The new integration on Google Cloud Marketplace offers the SymTerra tool to Google Cloud’s construction, utility and transport customers, enabling project data flow across supply and labour chains for more effective site and project reporting. 

Clients, contractors and subcontractors can now document work via images and video, can cross reference assets and activities, and share information instantly with who they need to. Total work visibility, powered by frontline insights.

SymTerra’s record-right-first-time site reporting tool captures data at the point of work, to eliminate risk and hidden costs that result from reporting inaccuracies, difficulty accessing historical data, and weak chain of evidence required for commercial defensibility.

By putting digital tools in the hands of those on site to capture data at point of work, SymTerra eliminates the industry’s over-reliance on consumer communication tools, to make absent, incomplete, outdated & incorrect data a thing of the past. 

In the construction, rail and water industry, effective communication is paramount to enabling data flows across supply and labour chains.

The foundation of every project, and fundamental to every business, is robust data; and yet many project teams are forced to rely on consumer messaging tools for site reporting and asset updates because other options are simply not fit for purpose.

The new integration with Google Cloud has launched at Google Prism, the interactive immersion zone focused on data and AI in transport, where SymTerra will be speaking, alongside infrastructure specialist D2 Global, on the subject of managing the data pipeline for lost assets on construction projects.

SymTerra co-founder Sarah Crawley commented: “Data is critical to the commercial resilience and viability of the transport and infrastructure sector, with access to open data standards empowering the entire supply chain; democratising data is one of the foundations on which the future of multi-modal transport will be built.

“None of this can happen without site teams having direct access to digital tools that capture real time data, updates and reporting from site, which is why this strategic partnership with Google Cloud is such an important catalyst for the integration and digitisation of transport infrastructure.

“We’re looking forward to meeting Google Cloud partners at this year’s Interchange Conference, and helping more Google Cloud customers deliver projects with better reporting for future resilience.”

Anne-Marie Lamb, Director, Manufacturing & Industrial, UKI, Google Cloud, said:  “Bringing Symterra to Google Cloud Marketplace will help customers quickly deploy, manage, and grow its digital communications platform on Google Cloud’s trusted, global infrastructure.

“SymTerra can now securely scale and support customers on their digital transformation journeys.”

As a Google Cloud partner, SymTerraoffers customers the ability to:

  • Digitise their forms, reports, inspections, audits and checklists
  • Collect consistent data easily from site teams and subcontractors
  • Share professional reports
  • Analyse results and take action
  • Link and share their asset and activity schedule with their site teams

Build in Digital Stakeholder SymTerra is a construction site management software firm that provides a simple, instant and integrated method for the entire supply chain of any project to communicate, collaborate and capture vital information at the point of work.

Book a demo to see SymTerra in action today.

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