Improving Information Flow within the Production Management System with Web Services

@inproceedings{Dave2010ImprovingIF,
  title={Improving Information Flow within the Production Management System with Web Services},
  author={Bhargav Dave and Stefan Boddy and Lauri Koskela},
  year={2010}
}
The efficiency of the production planning and control process in construction depends significantly on the reliability and timely availability of resource information. The Last Planner system for production control mandates that a construction task should not be started unless all the seven resource prerequisites are in satisfactory condition. Failure to do so results in wasteful processes. However, this information is not readily available due to the lack of systems integration that prevails… CONTINUE READING

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