Digital Production Control

Premium Production Control Solution

Winning the job and planning the budget gets you halfway to success. Tracking your productivity throughout the job gets you to the finish line. With Digital Production Control, you can schedule your crew and their labor hours and track the percentage complete of work. Identifying production shortcomings allows you to make adjustments to keep your project on track and on budget. Don’t wait until you’re 50% done with a job to find that you’ve already used 80% of your budget!

Leveraging takeoff from On-Screen Takeoff, and labor information from Quick Bid, Digital Production Control gives you critical insight into jobsite labor performance.

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Track your productivity to protect your profits

Real-time Labor Production Tracking

Finish Strong and Improve Each Time

Project Managers can identify production issues before they send a job into the red (underperforming by 5% or more) and then make adjustments to get their project back in the green (performing “on budget”). Foremen use DPC’s tools to keep projects on target by pushing construction teams to stay ahead of schedule so the “unknowns” don’t break the budget or delay completion.

Key Features

Accurate Archives and Reporting

DPC changes and project updates are sent through Project Express, built into Digital Production Control. This keeps foremen and the project manager up to date with the click of a button! Historical labor data helps inform future bids, allowing you to create more accurate bids.

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Advanced Annotation Tools

Foremen can use Annotation tools and Notes to inform the project manager of job site issues and labor production irregularities. Notes become a permanent record in the DPC job, so you can go back and reference them anytime.

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Budget tracking

Color-coded feedback shows if the project is on, close, or over budget. Compares actual labor costs on the job with the budget.

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Line-out Mode Keeps Projects ahead of Schedule

Foremen use DPC’s “line-out mode” to select what they feel needs to get done each day, with the given tradespeople, to keep the project “on schedule”. This way, the “unknowns” like sick days, inclement weather, or material delays won’t break the budget or throw your project off schedule.

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Hoppe Brothers & Sons

Founded in 1973, Hoppe Brothers & Sons is a tri-generational family owned and operated organization that has worked tirelessly to establish a reputation for superb quality and attention to detail unlike any other for decades. Find out how they are using On-Screen Takeoff® to ensure another 40+ years of high-end painting success.

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System Requirements

Operating System Recommended
Windows® 10 Pro or Home

Operating System Supported
Windows® 8.1 Pro Windows® 7 Pro 32-Bit and 64-Bit

CPU Processor Required
Intel-compatible 1GHz processor or faster

CPU Processors Recommended
Intel Core i5 or faster

Memory & Storage Required
1 GB Hard drive space (plus more for plans, projects)

Memory & Storage Recommended
8 GB RAM or more (and 64-Bit operating system)

Display Resolution
Min. Display 1200 x 1024

Internet Connection

Must be installed by local Windows Administrator (security policy may restrict Domain Admins) net 3.5 required for Contractor Suite Products

Additional Information
Classic functionality that requires Microsoft Excel or Word only works with fully-licensed, locally installed versions of Microsoft Office® Professional 2010, 2013, and 2016. SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012, and 2014 (full or express versions). If you are using an older version of SQL, you must upgrade SQL before installing any OCS product updates. The minimum system requirements support basic functionality of On Center Software programs. Actual requirements will vary, depending on your system configuration, other applications installed and running on your computer, the complexity of the electronic plans you use, and if you use the programs interactively.