As soon as SEQUELLO is introduced to the market at the start of 2022, it will be possible to order concrete, gravel, sand and ballast digitally. What’s more, users can then view all deliveries at a glance and make their entries all the way through to checking the invoices – all online and completely confidential for construction companies and suppliers. And everyone benefits from this: SEQUELLO allows you to save eight minutes per receipt processed – an enormous time saving if one has 100,000 a year for example.
In addition to its basic functions, in the near future the software package should also contain solutions for construction site logs, sustainability and quality checks. In the operating business, all staff can benefit from SEQUELLO as a valuable tool in their daily work. But other stakeholders such as developers, inspectors and authorities should also be involved in the process step by step.
“SEQUELLO sees itself as a platform – not as a marketplace. Increasing efficiency on construction sites is a topic that can only be addressed properly if we join forces. The idea of SEQUELLO is one of an entire industry, not individual participants. That’s why every company – including competitors – is welcome to actively engage with the platform”, said Wolfgang Litzlbauer, CEO of the Umdasch Group and its subsidiary Umdasch Group Ventures.
There is a huge need to drive up productivity on construction sites. Typing in delivery note details by hand or the laborious search for receipts needs to be consigned to history in the construction sector as well. The important thing is that SEQUELLO is proactively involving the people from the operating business in this journey. Every development stage is promptly tested on real construction sites and the feedback collected is then applied immediately.
PORR is contributing its longstanding expertise in digital delivery notes to this joint venture. Doka, an Umdasch Group subsidiary and partner to SEQUELLO from the very start, is now handing over the implementation phase to Umdasch Group Ventures, which has extensive expertise in digitalisation.