Practical Thinkers choose TerraIndex Web
Practical thinkers about infra, geo-ICT, geo-info, archeology and environment. That is typical for MUG Engineering firm. The engineering firm that among other things, conducted waterbed survey on behalf of the construction of a fish migration river through the Afsluitdijk and made it into national news with the discovery of 48 golden coins and a Tudor token from the 16th century in Loppersum. Latest news: they are switching to TerraIndex Web.
Project technician Deborah van Sleen-Lewerissa:”First we wanted to make sure that everything in the field is in optimum working order with the new fieldwork app. Now it’s time for step two: the switch in the office from TerraIndex Citrix to the web-version. And that will save us time and because of this we can serve our customers even better”, she expresses her satisfaction.
Speed and convenience
She explains: “Look, with the Citrix-version you can easily get a cup of coffee and chat with your colleague while you let your report being compiled. That takes a while, so to say. But with TerraIndex Web the report is available on my screen in no time. Next to that the lay-out looks way better. The web-version cleverly reacts to the protocols we should meet. Whether it is about the description of drilling data, assessment or reporting, everything is taken into account.”
More and more features
Colleague and project technician Job Veldkamp joins the conversation: “Exactly, and that is were the power of TerraIndex Web is located according to me. Normally you will receive software that is ‘finished’ and you will have to learn to deal with the defects. At TerraIndex Web we are involved with the development. For this reason more and more helpful features are added that connect to our work. Like for example the possibility to import KLIC-drawings (Cables and Pipelines) into the map with drilling points. Or the fact that soon we can connect photos to drillings. There is actually no way to escape from it: TerraIndex Web becomes the new standard. So whoever thinks practically, should switch soon.”