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How Zone Manager works

Zone Manager goes beyond a construction deliveries booking system

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Efficiency

In addition to logging vehicle details, arrival times and departure times, Zone Manager can be used to efficiently track materials and delivery quantities.
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Control and up to date

It is a real-time management tool used to control and manage events as they happen.
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Analysis

All events, both planned and actual, are logged onto the system which provides an invaluable resource for automated reporting as well as follow up and analysis.

Bookings

Zone Manager enables:

-Trade Contractors and Suppliers to enter requests or, if permitted, fully manage their bookings on-line.

-Site Managers to manage, change or delete bookings and provides the function to confirm or reject requests.

-Project Managers to check that the right materials are coming in at the right time.

-Project Managers to book vehicles on or off-site via the interface. This includes the control of remote holding parks away from the site meaning as vehicles arrive and depart from either the holding park or site the on-line diary updates to show their status.

Material tracking

Zone Manager lets you:

-Check and control contractors to ensure they are bringing in the right materials at the right time.

-Minimise the number of deliveries to site by identifying unnecessary ‘regular’ trips and finding opportunities for consolidation.

-Control or prevent disruptive unplanned deliveries.

Reporting

Zone Manager provides users with:

-Comprehensive reporting, allowing for real time monitoring and reporting of all on-site activity.

-Export of on-site activity data providing detailed analysis informing future decision-making processes.

-Accurate tracking of materials and delivery quantities through the software’s tracking capacity.

-It also provides logging of arrivals and departures of deliveries in real time which enables users to react and plan accordingly.

Ease of Use

Zone Manager includes:

-Optimisation for all devices including desktop, tablet and smartphones.

-Dashboard with instant reports and live ‘Arrivals’ boards

-Plan based booking where users pick their destination from a site layout.

Client Testimonials

“Zone Manager’s flexibility and the expert team’s willingness to build specific functionalities to meet the needs of different projects is just unrivalled.”

Stephen McCarthy

Group SEHQ Manager, Duffy Contract Services

“Because of their extensive knowledge and background in construction logistics, the team at Zone Manager are able to suggest creative and practical solutions to specific issues which are now commonplace on today’s construction projects. The fact that the team can offer ways in which Zone Manager can be configured and integrated with our own internal systems is simply outstanding.” Travis Scott

Operations Manager, Focus Group Logistics

“I continue to be impressed with the way the Zone Manager software is frequently updated based on the feedback gathered from users. The support team are always on hand and ready to assist when needed………I would highly recommend Zone Manager to other Logistics Coordinators and hope to the use the tool again in future projects.” Logistics Manager

Battersea Power Station Development

Let’s deliver success together

Zone Manager provides users with an easy to use yet powerful means of managing supplier deliveries and site resources such as cranes and hoists. It brings a range of proven benefits such as improved supplier performance, reduced management effort and minimised congestion on site.
How long does it take to set up?
Zone Manager takes as little as a week to set up and time needs to be allowed to capture configuration data.
What constitutes as a 'zone'?
Zones are:
-Delivery points (gates or offloading points)
-Cranes, hoists or lifts
-Any ‘resource’ which needs to be booked or managed.
What platforms is Zone Manager compatible with?
Zone Manager is browser based and so works across any platform with a compatible browser.
How easy is it for contractors to access?
Contractors can access it much like any online service but they must sign in before they can see or do anything.
What different levels of user access are there for the portal?
The access levels are: Administrator, Supervisors, Contractors and Gate Operators all of which have different levels of access.
What format do the schedules come in?
Schedules are shown both on an interactive diary and on booking lists.