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Exit Excel, hello Aidi: uncomplicated construction project management
Person sitting at a table using the Aidi application.

The context

Simply put, Aidi is a uniquely comprehensive web application that offers the world’s most affordable and complete solution for construction project management. Aidi is used by thousands of construction project managers around the world to ensure that their projects stay on schedule and on budget.

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The challenge

The main reason the Aidi web application needed to be so robust was that it had to let its users easily manage majorly large-scale projects - with big-time budgets to match. There really was no room for surface-level coding here, and certainly no room for error. So we spent a good chunk of time mapping out the intricacies of how the application would work, as well as how it could be programmed to facilitate easy viewing of the many different data sets it would be used to track (Aïdi users needed to be able to get an at-a-glance view of how their construction projects were progressing).

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The task at hand

All kinds of organizations, from companies such as Sobey’s, to hospitals, to municipal governments, use Aidi to oversee the hundreds of construction projects they may have on the go at any one time. We were excited to have the chance to work on the Aidi project, and flex our tech strategy muscles in interesting new ways. As it turns out, we ended up becoming Aidi’s long-term technology partner, which means we still work closely with them today.

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Presentation of multiple Aidi brand assets.

The end result

In addition to creating the Aidi web application, we also automated the infrastructure management (known as “DevOps”) for Aidi based on what we’d learned during an R&D project that we had completed previously. Now we can tweak Aidi’s servers remotely for them in less than 60 seconds! This is a great example of how we like to do our own research and pass along the benefits to the client.

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