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6000 NE 88th Street, Suite B-105
Vancouver, Washington 98665
Established in 1968, Mill Plain Electric has become one of the most capable electrical contractors in the Pacific Northwest. We are a full service electrical contractor with a diversified business model. Our specialties are commercial, industrial, design- ... more
National Electrical Contractors Association
"At this stage, we are very pleased with eSUB as we look to increase productivity at many levels within our construction firm.
Our field team uses mobile devices to create and manage daily reports, submittals, change orders, RFI's, PO's and much more.
The office team relies heavily on document management control to ensure all staff, no matter location, are on the same page and using the latest documents, said Mr. Halme."
With projects becoming more complex, more document-centric, and with faster deadlines, MPE can optimize project delivery processes using eSUB's cloud-based platform with mobile access from any device.
As MPE moves closer to completing the migration, the contractor's ultimate goal is to achieve real-time-driven productivity across the enterprise using eSUB.
"MPE selected eSUB's cloud-based project management platform to address the increasing volume of project documentation as our projects have become more complex and delivery schedules accelerate," said Mr. Halme.
"eSUB helps enhance communication between the field and office and also helps us get paid for the extra work by making it easy to document it thru the daily reports feature."
MPE is experiencing high growth and achieving real-time productivity information shared between office users (10) and the field users (15) on every project is crucial.
Another benefit MPE is using to its advantage is eSUB's intuitive product and streamlined training process for onboarding new team members.
"I was amazed how easy it was for employees to pick up the system, said Mr. Halme."
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