RushHour is a simple, powerful web application used to organize, coordinate and visualize your business.
As a RushHour customer, you are assigned a secure, private space on the RushHour website where you upload as much of your data as you like. You organize it by linking it to a job template, and placing these jobs in folders which represent the various stages in the job lifecycle. As they progress, jobs are moved from one folder to another, making it clear what jobs are in each stage. Everything in one place, available to any member of your team anywhere they have access to the web.
Job coordination is accomplished though the use of an integrated calendar. But it’s a smarter calendar on which jobs appear automatically once they have been assigned dates, and are color coded by stage. The RushHour calendar also provides a number of interactive tools to tailor its appearance, making it easy to understand when, where and how the jobs are going to be completed.
Visualizing your business is accomplished by RushHour automatically extracting key data from the jobs and creating compelling charts and reports. Visualization takes abstract information and turns it into actionable knowledge. Better knowledge of your business means better, faster decisions enabling you to accomplish more and waste less.
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Well service companies in the nineties were often saddled with at least three different versions of their operating data; Engineering, Operations and Sales each kept their own data to meet their respective needs. This resulted in missed or duplicated work and labour-intensive reconciliations.
An example of a simple solution was to create a series of shared folders on a network server, with each folder named to reflect one of the stages in the lifecycle of a job. Jobs were dragged from one folder to the next as they progressed through to completion. It seems crude, in retrospect, but at the time, it was a breakthrough. At long last, everybody was looking at the same data. The impact to the business was positive, immediate and profound.
In the following decade, well service companies took these first generation concepts and built custom applications which ironically accomplished much the same thing. These second generation applications were more capable and more robust, but in some cases required millions of dollars of investment and years to complete. They also required ongoing support from in-house development staff, as well as the installation and maintenance of dedicated servers and other hardware.
Intellog’s founder directly lead the development and implementation of these first and second generation systems. RushHour, therefore, builds on these but uses the most current software development tools, techniques and cloud-based computing facilities.