GenieBelt - simple project
management for construction.
Matrade Exhibition Centre
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
District Heating Building,
Cancer Care Centre,
Oakridge Nursing Home,
Christiansborg Energi Optimering, Denmark
GenieBelt is based on an innovative, yet simple idea - a shared, real-time, interactive project Gantt chart, accessed from your desktop or mobile phone. By sharing live project information, your teams have what they need to get things done faster at building site or at the office.
Collaborate in smarter and more effective ways to get your construction projects completed quicker.
GenieBelt has a built-in, real-time audit trail. It automatically keeps daily logs and records activity on all tasks, drawings and documents. By collaborating transparently, everyone is kept up-to-date and can see the status of a construction project, as it happens - who's doing what, when and where.
Reduce operational costs and prevent task scheduling conflicts.
GenieBelt includes document controlling and management built with the construction industry in mind. Easily issue, revise and track construction documents and drawings in your projects. Share essential issues securely with external clients and third parties. Never mix up the latest blueprints or site photos.
Avoid confusing construction cloud storage services or pay for expensive document management software.
We know the importance of being on-site. Our construction apps keep everyone up-to-date with notifications and let you report progress and problems quickly and easily from your phone. Designed to be simple and intuitive, there's nothing difficult to learn or remember.
Download the Geniebelt app to your phone now (on iOS or Android).
Project, site and construction managers can manage and see the live status of their projects, as an executive overview or down to the smallest task detail - all in one place, from anywhere, at anytime.
Whatever the specialism, subcontractors can spend less time on paperwork and do the jobs they're paid for. They can easily report on progress or delays and get quick responses to questions.
Architects, engineers, and other technical decision makers can easily share and manage drawing issues and documents for everyone to work from. Helping to avoid misunderstandings and reducing costs.