Engineering Firm Rotterdam builds on with TerraIndex Web
Engineering firm Rotterdam develops a green, healthy and future-resistant city. If the city needs a new station, they will take care of this. The Rotterdam way, with sleeves rolled up. Do project developers want to build a new Market Hal? In that case they will make sure the developers can go ahead. Soil survey is often is the first step for this. And that is where TerraIndex comes into play.
Susan Kemp-Chung works as information manager at Engineering firm Rotterdam and tells us they only recently switched from TerraIndex Citrix to TerraIndex Web. “We are investigating the soil beneath Rotterdam regularly to determine if something can be built or not. Or to map the current soil state. For many years TerraIndex Citrix has been the link between us and the laboratory for this. But as an ambitious organisation you should move on with the times.”
Generating time savings
Although the Citrix-version works just fine according to Susan, she discovered a few advantages in TerraIndex Web that cannot be ignored: “In the past few weeks I have performed a lot of tests and experiments with the new version and the thing that strikes the most, is the fact that creating a lab assignment is easier. We don’t have to start up Citrix anymore and the interface of TerraIndex Web is nicer and more intuitive. Kind of like Google; you type something and the result is immediately there.”
What is the bottom line gain for Engineering firm Rotterdam? “Time savings!”, Kemp answers without any doubt in her voice. “Every time we have to create a lab assignment, we can save time. And let me tell you, that is quite often. I am also happy that TerraIndex keeps on developing itself, because in the end that is what we are looking for. We want to help partners with efficient realisation of a healthy and future resistant city. Partners who also roll up their sleeves.”