Meridian Systems, a Trimble Company, announced today Prolog version 9.6, the latest upgrade to Prolog
construction project management software for contractors, featuring significant updates to Prolog Mobile and other new construction field management capabilities. The redesigned Prolog Mobile offers improved navigation, simplified search and provides one-click synchronization to the Prolog database. New Plan View and Checklists features provide construction teams in the field with increased visibility into critical project data for enhancing workflow productivity and quality control.
Prolog 9.6 also includes enhancements to Prolog Converge, Meridian’s Web-based construction project management application, including expanded file management and improved dashboards for greater collaboration between contractors and owners.
“Advancements in mobile applications and field technologies are driving significant productivity gains across the entire building lifecycle – from planning and design to construction and operations management,” said Lance Tressler, manager of product management at Meridian Systems. “Prolog software has long offered contractors the most complete system of record for capturing and managing project information, from the field to the back office. Prolog 9.6 extends these benefits by delivering a streamlined mobile user experience, smart project planning and checklist tools, and increased visibility into real-time project data.”
Redesigned Prolog Mobile Simplifies Navigation and Speeds Synchronization
Prolog 9.6 includes significant updates to Prolog Mobile with an improved user interface that simplifies searching, filtering and navigation. This version now supports role-based and field-level security as well as User Defined Fields, and makes it fast and simple to synchronize Prolog Mobile data back to Prolog with one click.
New Checklist Features
The new Checklist feature included in Prolog 9.6 allows workers in the field to create or update checklists in Prolog Mobile using templates or pre-existing PDF versions of checklists for items such as quality checks, safety checks, OSHA, RFIs and more. Users also have the option to create a link to another Prolog record directly from the checklist item or import information into the templates from existing Excel checklists.