Glencar appoints innDex as primary Health & Safety digital solution provider
May 31st, 2022
Glencar Construction has today announced that it has appointed innDex as its digital solution provider in a move to boost productivity and streamline operations across the business and projects. The enterprise-wide agreement will support Glencar’s goals to become a digital leader in the industry.
With innDex, Glencar will be able to gain full visibility across their projects, driving consistency, productivity, sustainability, and savings. The absolute transparency of the innDex platform will also allow Glencar to derive maximum value from their data and take intelligent, informed decisions that will drive many improvements, from project progress to health and safety performance, generating value across the entire supply chain.
Talking about the initiative Head of H&S at Glencar Eugene McGillycuddy, said “Glencar Construction are in the process of digitising all their projects and going completely paperless. The platform is being used on 14 live jobs and will be used on all new projects going forward, we’re working with the innDex Operations team to make the transition as smooth and seamless as possible. We’re also using the innTime app for remote colleagues, allowing full transparency and tracking working hours easily and effectively.
Our visions and ambitions within the industry align, and we can clearly see the value the system generates, so we’re really excited to continue on with innDex, bringing mutual growth at the heart of our collaboration.”
Also commenting George Smithies, Co-Founder at innDex said “Thrilled to cement our relationship with Glencar Construction. It’s been a pleasure getting to know the Glencar team and the way in which they operate! Our vision is aligned in our aims to deliver construction projects in a lean, agile, cost effective and sustainable way. Working closely as partners, we have further developed the platform to fit with Glencar’s delivery model and aspirations to be digital construction leaders.”