Profile & Challenge
Asphalt Institute, an international trade organization promoting quality management for construction materials laboratories, wanted to provide a simpler and more efficient method for its customers to manage their laboratory equipment, processes and staff. The platform provides a revenue stream for Asphalt Institute, and enables its members to navigate complex regulatory processes.
SOLUTION & OUTCOME
Five years ago, GAP built a brand new SaaS platform to facilitate the needs of Asphalt Institute’s customers. Over time, additional features and functionality refinements were added to that original platform in a series of releases. The five year anniversary roughly coincided with version 2.0 of the platform, and to mark the occasion, GAP undertook a major UX refresh of the entire application, adding even more capabilities while unifying all of the app’s features within a consistent structure and set of interface patterns. The platform supports subscription management, role-based access, workflow, document creation, and complex management of equipment inventory, testing procedures, and employee performance tracking.
Asphalt Institute® R18LabQMS has nearly 100 labs, with subscribers in nearly 40 states across the U.S. as well as much of Canada.
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