With eSUB Software, Braconier Cuts Payroll Processing Down to Minutes

November 9, 2020

Braconier adopted eSUB’s comprehensive software platform to standardize project management and operations, cutting processes such as timecard inputting and payroll processing from a full day down to minutes. The platform also helps Braconier document every aspect of their projects, which helps keep things running smoothly.

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Sure, these robots can dance to the oldies, but can they do "The Robot" or the "Robo-boogie"? More importantly, what can they do on a job site as they gain balance and coordination?

Twitter feed video.Sure, these robots can dance to the oldies, but can they do "The Robot" or the "Robo-boogie"?  More importantly, what can they do on a job site as they gain balance and coordination?
Reza Zadeh@Reza_Zadeh

It's pretty awesome how dancing makes robots less intimidating. Looking forward to seeing more nontrivial Machine Learning on these robots. Credit: Boston Dynamics.

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