GSCS is able to report real-time data with a proprietary program management software system—XLerator. This cloud-based system allows for craft cost tracking and monitoring (both labor and rental) and captures all of this data in a user-friendly database for future reference.

GSCS takes project management to the next level with our proprietary program management software system, XLerator. This cloud-based platform empowers us to report real-time data, offering a comprehensive solution for craft cost tracking and monitoring, encompassing both labor and rental expenses.

What sets XLerator apart from other systems is its logic-based approach, which allows us to provide all data on a standard cubic foot basis. This logical framework ensures easy auditability and allows for the thorough tracking of all aspects of your business operations.

By capturing this wealth of data in a user-friendly database, XLerator not only provides real-time insights. XLerator serves as a valuable resource for future reference. It’s a dynamic tool that enables us to make informed decisions, optimize project efficiency, and monitor costs effectively, ensuring that your project remains on track and within budget. With XLerator, you gain a competitive advantage by harnessing the power of data for smarter project management.

Unlike many other systems, XLerator operates on a logic-based approach. XLerator can also furnish all data on a standard cubic foot basis. This feature simplifies the system’s audibility and enables it to track all aspects of your business, ensuring that you can monitor all costs effectively.

GSCS Proprietary Management System Offers

  • Estimating, cost tracking and labor analysis
  • Scaffold tag and inventory management (total site inventory, per scaffold/per piece)
  • Intrinsically safe mobile device deployment with rapid custom application development
  • Key performance indicators (KPI) reporting and dashboards
  • Employee HSE compliance and Learning Management System (LMS)
  • GPS fleet equipment and vehicle tracking