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Jetbuilt Intros Portal

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Jetbuilt announced Portal, a resource for real-time communication and information sharing between integrators and clients. Portal, which was unveiled at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024, will further ignite “industry-wide collaboration among every industry professional,” according to the company.

Jetbuilt’s Portal enables integrators to share pertinent information, such as project status, drawings and designs, equipment manuals and other project details, within Portal to provide an “organized flow of communication.” An integrator can update the project status as it moves from various phases, such as contract, engineering and installation, and eliminates client inquiries regarding the latest update on an ongoing project. The integrator and the client can communicate fluidly, asking questions and providing answers. For clients with multiple projects, the Client Portal provides a powerful resource to track the status of simultaneous projects and an individualized update for each project. During project installation, the client can track and validate tasks, while viewing images uploaded to Portal by the integrator.

Here’s a video we shot of it at last month’s ISE 2024 show:

Additionally, Portal provides an “invaluable resource through project assets,” allowing integrators to log serial numbers, IP addresses and other critical information that the client can access any time. All this information is already stored in Jetbuilt. Instead of re-entering it into a third-party portal application, integrators can grant controlled and selective access to customers. The detailed project information eliminates double entry for an integrator and provides the client with a 24/7 resource for important information. After a project has been completed, the client can initiate a service request, which automatically queues a service ticket, and updates, discussions, scheduling and resolution tracking can be handled within Portal.

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Portal adds another layer of communication across various roles, specifically between an integrator and a client. A client can ask questions about a proposal, ongoing project or completed installation and the integrator is immediately notified and can efficiently respond within Jetbuilt. The platform-based communication thread allows an integrator and their clients to communicate fluidly in a unified, central location, meanwhile eliminating multiple threads of communications, such as emails, phone calls and messaging and confusion between various communication platforms.

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