Concrete Products

MAR 2017

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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www.concreteproducts.com March 2017 • 67 FEATURE SHOW REPORT Kenworth Truck is offering National Ready Mixed Concrete Association members a $1,000 rebate on qualifying purchases of new T880, W900, T440 or T470 vocational trucks. The offer is part of NRMCA's M2M Benefits Program and runs through June 30. "This cooperative program with NRMCA serves as an appreciation to fleets and truck operators in the ready mix concrete business that buy [our] trucks, such as [the] vocational flagship T880," says Kenworth Marketing Director Kurt Swihart. "The T880 and other Kenworth vocational trucks offer durability, reliability and low cost of ownership, along with excellent comfort features that aid in driver retention and recruitment." Buyers must show dealers proof of NRMCA membership at time of truck purchase. The rebate program is limited to five qualifying truck purchases per single customer. Booth S62939 KENWORTH SETS REBATE PROGRAM FOR NRMCA MEMBERS The FotoIN Enterprise Admin Console pro- vides information technology professionals in construction what programmers contend are unmatched control and configuration of their field photo documentation process. The platform enables users to fully control and configure key FotoIN functions and options on a per project vs. account level. This level of granular configuration simplifies file cap- ture, field photo documentation, and report generation. With Enterprise Admin Console, an admin- istrator can configure projects individually across the Enterprise account, including: user permissions by project, role, solutions and custom rules; project-specific content and filing tags; project-specific field report tem- plates; multiple locations per project; and, project-specific filing paths and logic. Con- struction professionals can manage multiple use cases— including daily reporting, prog- ress photos, safety and quality inspections and walks—across many locations, projects and user roles, as well as standardize and unify photo capture experience with data capture requirements. "The vision of enabling businesses to har- ness the power of visual information through photos and with full central admin control and configuration now comes to full shine. The Enterprise Admin Console makes the FotoIN system even more easy, actionable and open for everyone in the organization, including IT administrators," says FotoIN founder Sly Barisic. "FotoIN will continue to replace the old way of manually collecting, managing and using photos to document and report field work." — FotoIN Mobile Corp., Atlanta; www.fotoin.com ENTERPRISE PHOTO DOCUMENTATION

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