New Customer Update

GoGet Clients

GoGet Clients

A range of new customers using MBS GoGet have come on board this year, adding to our great range of existing clients using the GoGet software.

The past year has been a busy one for staff of Master Business Systems as they have installed the software, integrated to the client’s corporate system and trained their staff to use the GoGet system.

New client sites added this year include South Taranaki District, Stratford District, Wairoa District, Masterton District, Kapiti Coast District, Waimakariri District, and Porirua City.

We have signed agreements with Central Hawke’s Bay District, Carterton District and Upper Hutt City to implement GoGet into these local authorities over the next few months.

We are  in negotiation with a number of other local authorities about their uptake of GoGet as their Building Consent solution

The year has also seen the introduction of GoBuild – an app for your phone to allow builders to easily book an appointment for a building inspector – the app and it’s ease of use is gaining favourable feedback from those in the trades.

Wairoa District Council has started using the GoFetch and GoRoam animal control applications and coupled with integration back into their corporate GIS viewer are already benefiting from how easy it is to combine multiple data sources into a comprehensive view on their animal control functions.

Continued improvements and development are ongoing across the full range of products and we are always receptive to our users suggestions and feedback to any of our products.

MDC Building Services get mobile

MDC Goes mobile

MDC building officer Tony Kellerman uses GoGet while carrying out a framing inspection at a building site. The mobile system allows building officers provide a high standard of service, with information updated, accessed and printed on building sites.

Tradespeople in the Manawatu District are receiving an increased level of service during on-site building inspections thanks to GoGet. Manawatu District Council (MDC) building inspectors carry a specialised electronic tablet featuring GoGet, a council consent software developed by a Feilding-based business Master Business Systems (MBS). GoGet does away with paperwork allowing building officers to record notes, write reports, take photos, while having access to all necessary information they need relating to the job.

MDC carries out approximately 300 building inspections each month. The GoGet system has potential to save around 75 hours per month in council staff time, as it eliminates the need for hard copy checklists. The checklists and photographs taken on the tablet are automatically downloaded to the relevant electronic building consent file and can generate emails, and will list future events and reports needed.

Mobile printers in inspector’s vehicles means relevant information relating to the inspection is given to the tradesperson on site, and they have the ability to get on with their work fully informed.

The GoGet software has been used by MDC for just over 12 months. Business liaison manager Karel Boakes said they are providing many benefits for both inspectors and tradespeople. “We no longer require manual inputting of building officer’s notes which saves time, and tradespeople are kept up to date with vital information they require for their project.”

Building Officers are alerted to what safety gear is required at the site and information regarding any previous inspections. Information outside Council records such as Building Codes and New Zealand Standards is also accessible.

Master Business Systems Ltd (MBS) is a local Feilding business founded by Laurence Bevan. They provide GoGet software to over 15 councils and are working on releasing processes that assists with liquor licensing, food premises and dog inspections.