HaulHub’s DOTslip app geared toward lowering paperwork between contractors, DOTs

HaulHub Applied sciences has launched DOTslip, a standalone app constructed by paving contractors and materials producers for the good thing about departments of transportation to cut back paperwork on street initiatives.

“With HaulHub Applied sciences, contractors and producers can digitally share tickets with their prospects, crews, carriers and venture proprietor representatives,” an organization information launch says. “They preserve management of their operational information they share with out the necessity of intrusive, cumbersome, hard-to-maintain units.”

The DOTslip app creates a digital duplicate of the paper slip and permits a contractor to ask a venture engineer to obtain a stay feed of supplies being ticketed on the plant.

“Eliminating paper-based workflows is a typical aim shared by contractors, producers and state companies,” says HaulHub Applied sciences founder and CEO Joe Spinelli.

Spinelli, nonetheless, notes that contractors’ main concern over digital ticketing is information privateness. The app is designed to guard that privateness by permitting contractors and materials producers to take care of management of their information and who will get to view it.

For instance, says Alisa Deychman, HaulHub vp of product, “a contractor can invite a venture engineer from a state DOT to at least one or a number of initiatives, and DOT personnel can overview stay feeds, day by day venture updates and PDF copies of plant tickets of their inbox or cataloged on the internet inside their account.”

The app is obtainable within the Apple App Retailer and by way of the net.