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The first component of construction site digitalisation: Sersa introduces the data hub.

Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group’s clients benefit from the greatest possible digitalisation in all conceivable areas.


For example, the SBB decided that from 1 July 2021, all welding construction sites should be paperless. Paper invoices and reports are no longer accepted. The full-service provider for railway technology used this decision to simultaneously set up a more efficient reporting process. It is, in a way, the first step towards digitalising construction sites.


To this end, Sersa Switzerland has consistently pushed ahead with the implementation of the data hub in collaboration with the software developer LogObject AG. The data hub will digitalise all processes related to the construction site: From scheduling, reporting and submission to the business software for invoicing, everything has to be done via the data hub.


Welding managers can now simply open the relevant reporting app on their mobile phone or tablet. Paper is no longer filled out on the construction site itself; all relevant information is now entered directly on the tablet. By a push of a button, the report is immediately sent to the office where the report data is processed further without delay.


The introduction of the digital work report brings both clients and Sersa real added value and promising potential. Work can now be paperless on both sides without intermediate steps, thereby significantly reducing processing time. In the future, the data hub will include all digital construction site processes including time reporting and anomaly reports.

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