Bridgit Closeout

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4.1 out of 5 stars

Bridgit Closeout is a mobile punch list management solution that allows you to receive real-time notifications, with the ability to manage communication and money while maintaining your reputation and make data driven decisions.

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Bridgit review by <span>Jeff H.</span>
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Kinects Tower Punch List

What do you like best?

It can be used on multiple platforms such as phone and tablet. I like that it's real time and multiple people can work in the same room at the same. I like that it can be separated in to different category such as by trade, unit, floor, punch category, etc.

What do you dislike?

The platform on the web does not feel as streamlined as the phone. It would be helpful if it was more intuitive to use and it could just show up in more a list format without having to print to PDF.

It would also be better if this could be editable to clean up multiple line items at one time. An example would be to make slight adjustments to wording of different people for multiple line items at once. This would be like copy and pasting method you can do on Excel.

It would be better if you could tag multiple units at once.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are solving communication problems because this streamlines the process by sending out emails at a set time and days of the week.

It allows us to hold everyone accountable as it eliminates excuses.

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Bridgit review by <span>Chris B.</span>
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Work In progress

What do you like best?

-Fairly easy to learn how to use

-Can mark up photos

What do you dislike?

-Charge way too much compared to competition. $800/month for a project is very unreasonable especially if it is a smaller project team.

-Cannot put drawings on Closeout. Would be nice to be able to pin a task on an actual drawing. Sometimes even in the iPhone app there was glitches where you could not find certain tasks because they may have been under a location header, but there are subheader locations assigned below it.

-Hard to search tasks through keywords

-No push notifications in app. All the email notifications get annoying.

-Last time I checked there's no app for Windows. Maybe this has changed.

-Reports are clunky. Sometimes it is hard to initially tell what pictures correspond to which task.

-Cannot trend data. Admins need to run weekly reports to give trend data.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Bridgit has a number of issues that they need to resolve before they can compete with other deficiency management companies. They charge way too much. You cannot get push notifications on your phone, just email updates which gets really annoying. Not enough features that makes it an appealing software to use.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

-Good for "work appears incomplete" and basic deficiency management

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Bridgit review by <span>Misty G.</span>
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Good App for closeout

What do you like best?

The ability to quickly take photos and assign subcontractors on the spot when walking.

What do you dislike?

The way issues are displayed. It seems that even when issues are marked completed in a room they will still show up in the total count of outstanding issues which makes it confusing if you are reviewing from your phone.

Recommendations to others considering the product

option for alternate languages

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Business problems being solved:

- Dated backup for damage or notification of work deficiency

- Eliminates added time of finding issues, compiling list and distributing to relevant parties

- Allows for field staff to approve of issue after sub has marked it completed to verify work was actually done

- Allows for phased lists (completion vs punch list vs acceptance/turnover)

Problems - It is difficult to get subcontractors to adapt to using the technology on construction sites. (Would be helpful if there was an option to display text in Spanish as well)

Bridgit review by <span>Shay G.</span>
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I was very happy with the ease of use for Bridgit Closeout

What do you like best?

For me the fluidity of the use on the iPad made it great and easy to capture on site deficiencies. I like only having to record items once and they revisit them after the fact.

What do you dislike?

Generations gaps are hard to bridge so I have found it difficult to work with individuals that do not know or refuse to use technology to record deficiencies. I have resorted to printing out each document and posting it on walls for people to update accordingly. I also would like the feature for there to not have an option to post a deficiency without all items, or requested items, to be added. For example, I have been utilizing tags to record if the deficiency is for a plumber, carpenter, electrician, etc. This makes it easy to print reports by tag for specific trades. However, someone may have added a deficiency without a tag so now there is a misc. entry that cannot be filtered to the trade. I would like the tag to be required before adding.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are under extensive renovations at one of our hotel properties so deficiencies have always been hard to control because of the volume of rooms being renovated. These reports allow up to breakdown similar areas have that have proven difficult.

Bridgit review by <span>Eric K.</span>
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Most helpful closeout app used yet!

What do you like best?

We liked how we were able to customize it to fit our needs. I.E. floor number, then unit number, then different rooms within unit and able to tag each responsible sub.

What do you dislike?

At first the sorting features either didn't work or took awhile to load. They were working in this but didn't have it sorted out until we were almost finished with the project.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Depending on the size of your project, this program can be one of the best in the industry. For a building with over 100 apartments, it's a perfect fit for us

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We used it at a punchlist tool for a 120 unit apartment building. The benefits were we probably shaved at least a month of time off the whole process because of how streamlined this program is.

Bridgit review by <span>Bret M.</span>
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Bridgit Closeout - Functional, but limited

What do you like best?

Intuitive to use. Good for tracking punchlist items. Like that you can access from app and from desktop.

What do you dislike?

Somewhat limited capabilities:

1. Too many pictures taken using the phone app will cause it to crash or not store the photos.

2. Phone app and desktop application differ in capabilities, (i.e. you cannot edit photos in the desktop application but you can from the app which is harder to do on a small picture).

3. Can only delete pictures from the app, not the desktop application.

4. You cannot zoom into photos and the size of those is relatively small on both app and desktop.

5. You cannot drag and drop a group of pictures into the desktop application for uploading to an issue. They have to be loaded one at a time, which is slow and inefficient.

6. When pictures are uploaded to a report, (or to the desktop application from the app) they are loaded in no particular order, which can be confusing if pictures were taken in a progressive fashion.

7. Difficult to add continuation to issues because there is no automatic delineation between revisions (other than in the comments section which adds a date to comments made). - so if you want to come back to an issue at a later date or time and add more pictures as items progress, there is no distinction between pictures taken on day one or later.

8. Also, there is no date or title function for individual photos to give context (other than typing on each photo from the app which is time consuming.

9. Can be somewhat slow to use in the field (having to fill out multiple fields and type on a small screen can be very time consuming and slow if trying to capture multiple items and type descriptions from the phone keyboard).

Recommendations to others considering the product

Might make a good tool for tracking a limited number of issues and/or issues that will be resolved quickly.

Can become cumbersome if trying to track many items and/or if items are being tracked long term as they progress.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I am tracking construction issues as they are identified, opened for inspection, and changes are made. Benefits are limited to having all items tracked and stored in one location, and being able to somewhat easily search them by using the tags and save notes regarding the items.

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