Daren from Bezt Consulting was hired to act as an NEC supervisor with a view to carry out an inspection of a hospital. He needed an app that would allow him to quickly log each fault, attach them to a map of the building and collate a report to send back to the client. He found exactly what he was looking for in Next Field:
“It’s efficient, it’s accurate, it’s quick; it allows me to have that constant interaction with the contractor when I’m not on site… [Next Field] saves masses of time, making it much more efficient for me to see the project from start to finish.”
Daren Bezants, Bezt Consulting
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