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Brani Asphalt chooses Triona’s project management solution

20 February 2024

In order to streamline their work processes, Brani Asphalt carried out a digitalization project where they evaluated in-house and external products as well as manual processes. 

An important goal in the selection process was to ensure good management, control, profitability, and a reduced environmental impact. The project resulted in the organization choosing Triona’s product C7 Projects. 

Brani Asfalt AS provides asphalt services to both private and public-sector customers in the whole of eastern Norway. Examples of private company customers are large contractors, construction companies, and builders. Public sector customers include the Norwegian Public Roads administration (Statens vegvesen), Viken municipality and a number of other municipalities in the eastern part of Norway that have contracts for asphalting of A and B roads and town squares. Brani Asphalt has four asphalting teams working across all of their customers and assignments. 

C7 Projects as a solution for Brani Asphalt 

Trionas C7 Projects will help Brani Asphalt have full control of its asphalting projects. This is achieved with the help of tools such as bid calculations, reporting from the field work teams, daily follow up for project managers and integrations with business systems to give the finance department a better overview. 

C7 Projects will replace a number of spreadsheets and systems which Brani Asphalt have relied on up to now. All in all, this gives Brani Asphalt a good control over the whole asphalting process from first quote to final invoice. 

“We have chosen Triona’s C7 Projects to ensure good management, control, and increased profitability. The solutions will also make a positive contribution to our work in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. “ Ole Storevik, CEO Brani Asfalt AS


Signing of the agreement. Rune Dragsnes (to the left), general manager Triona Norway AS and Ole Storevik (to the right), general manager Brani Asfal AS.

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