Jackson & Blanc Saves Thousands by Deploying Rhumbix Core Digital Solution

November 4, 2019

California-based Jackson & Blanc digitized its timekeeping process with Rhumbix Core, saving an estimated $52,000 per year in labor costs alone. The company’s commitment to adopting innovative technologies is well-known, but adopting a new technology can sometimes be costly and require overcoming hurdles to implementation and adoption. Jackson & Blanc realized that technological advancements and social changes force companies to evolve—or fall behind.

LEARN MORE

Looking for More Smart Solutions?

Visit the Smart Solutions Case Studies area of our website! You’ll see how other mechanical contractors found their win-win with productivity-enhancing and cost-saving applications from members of MCAA’s Manufacturer/Supplier Council.

Plus, you’ll find tips and ideas on other ways you and your company can save money and enhance your productivity.

VISIT SMART SOLUTIONS

Related Articles
Faced with a tight working space, Hermanson Company took advantage of Miller Electric’s new XMT® 350 FieldPro System welder along with a custom-built pipe turner so the mechanical contractor could make hundreds of high-quality welds in a fraction of the time that hand-turning would have required. The innovative approach not only increased productivity but also contributed to a safer, healthier work environment.…
XOi Technologies’ cloud-based mobile app takes the manual work out of getting critical information from the field into the hands of those who need it, which is helping Havtech streamline communication and improve efficiency. Havtech now has full transparency with their customers at every stage of the contract—from quote to completed work.…
Rock Hill Mechanical knew that Anvil International’s Gruvlok® system was a better choice for a new aquarium’s mechanical room than the originally specified PVC products. With quick delivery of the Gruvlok parts and the ease of installation, Rock Hill Mechanical met the tight timeline for completing St. Louis’s newest tourist attraction.…
A contracted estimator fell from an extension ladder when a cracked rung broke while he was climbing the ladder. The estimator was seriously injured, sustaining a skull fracture and multiple leg fractures. The estimator had been aware of the defect in the ladder. The defect was caused when the ladder fell at an earlier job site. However, the estimator continued to use the ladder rather than seeking a replacement. These ladder safety tips from CNA will help you keep workers safe.…

Don't miss our next Qualified Level Arc Flash Safety Training webinars on July 23rd! Register now for MCAA member discount pricing! Learn more at http://ow.ly/yxnU50AmTmi

2020 has brought about more changes so far than anyone could have reasonably imagined! In the midst of adapting to the pandemic, MCAA welcomed a new leader. Join John Koontz as he chats with MCAA’s new CEO, Timothy Brink. Register for Episode 5 at http://ow.ly/yd9C50AcTzd

Join us for a health & safety conversation led by @MilwaukeeTool on how to clean and disinfect your tools to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on Tuesday, June 16 at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Register today at http://ow.ly/AK1k50zW5PA

Virtual meetings are now the new “normal” and likely take up most of your day. But are you getting the most out of your meetings? Join us June 11 at 2pm EDT for some basics on effective virtual communication. Register today at http://ow.ly/mFgZ50zZ7gK

Load More...