Take your schedule to site. Give access to your entire team. Collect status as it happens. View your schedule in the only app developed by schedulers specifically for your mobile device.
SiteWalker gives project teams the ability to share and understand the schedule, not just view the Gantt chart. Teams can view their project in a matter of minutes. Export a .xer file from Primavera P6, and load into SiteWalker. Regardless of the site’s connectivity, answers to your schedule questions are a couple taps away.
SiteWalker is designed from the ground up as a mobile user interface. Our innovative tools present users the activities the team needs to understand. Want look at something more specific? SiteWalker has all the tools to group and filter your schedule.
SiteWalker has all the tools to group and filter your schedule just like your favorite layouts in P6.:
- WBS-expand and collapse
- Activity Codes
- Critical Path
- Look Ahead
SiteWalker gives your entire project team access to the data driving the schedule. SiteWalker details tab includes:
- Predecessors and Successors
- Activity codes
Get first hand updates. Not only can users update percentages and dates, they can also add pictures to bring the status and issues to life. Users can update:
- Planned and Actual dates
SiteWalker is easy to implement. Teams can take their schedule from P6 desktop to SiteWalker in a matter of minutes. Export a .xer file from Primavera P6, and load into SiteWalker. This creates an “airgap” between SiteWalker and your production database to eliminate IT security concerns.
With 20 years of field experience, we understand the front line. And, we understand wi-fi can be a luxury on-site. Make any project an offline in the app and you’ll never know the difference.
Import Updates (only)
After field updates are completed, SiteWalker can provide an incremental .xer that includes only the needed activities to update the schedule in the database. That means the office scheduler can continue to maintain the schedule in the database, while status updates and photos are collected in the field.