Project managers have a lot to juggle when overseeing site access—organizing materials storage, timing the arrival of heavy equipment, and coordinating multiple crews to name just a few. The last thing you want to worry about is when your mats will arrive. With the YAK TRAK app, you can handle all of your matting details in one place. This allows you to save time and resources, keep projects on schedule, and better manage materials on-site.    

YAK TRAK App Features

The YAK TRAK app gives you real-time information about your YAK MAT project so you can be more efficient. Some of the features include:

  • Delivery windows and locations - See when your mats are scheduled to arrive on-site and make changes as needed.

  • Quote management - Request quotes for new projects and manage existing ones.  

  • Real-time truck tracking - Get notified when the truck is 30 miles away to see where your mats are and get accurate ETAs to help you plan time on-site.

  • Digital product catalog - Review all of your matting options, recommended usage, and specifications.

  • Invoices - View all of your invoices in one place and easily reconcile them on-site for faster approval.

  • One-click calling - If you do need to speak to YAK ACCESS, just click the call button to place a new order or ask questions. 

Stay up to date on site access solutions with expertise brought to you by YAK  ACCESS. Click here to subscribe today >>

5 Ways YAK TRAK Makes Site Access Easier

With our innovative app, you get better visibility into site access planning so you can optimize your resources and keep projects on schedule.

1. Easily reconcile invoices. 

Having digital access to invoices in the field is significantly easier than working with paper load tickets. The app allows you to quickly find the invoices and line items that match each load so you can easily reconcile them and approve payment. You can also quickly view or download proof of delivery to streamline the approval process and keep your records complete.   

2. Manage resources better.

One of the biggest challenges for project managers is coordinating the arrival of materials and equipment to keep crews busy on-site. YAK TRAK helps you optimize crew time and labor costs by giving you real-time information about when your mats will arrive. This allows you to allocate your resources to minimize downtime and keep your project on schedule.  

3. Be smarter about materials management.

Mats are sometimes necessary for site access, but when not in use, they take up a lot of space. YAK TRAK allows you to time delivery and pickup to minimize or eliminate storage requirements when laying mats or restoring a site. 

4. Give visibility to your team.

With multiple access levels based on roles, your whole team can benefit from YAK TRAK. Project managers, accounts receivable, quote approvers, and accounts payable can have the information they need at their fingertips through our desktop, Android, and Apple app options. Whether you need to see proof of delivery or validate an itemized invoice, you can do it easily in the app on-site or in the office.

5. Make time management easier.

Despite all of the recent advancements in technology, phone tag is still a reality for project managers. With YAK TRAK, you can take one daily phone call off your list and use the app instead. If you need to know how many mats you’ll receive tomorrow, just go to the dashboard and find out how many trucks are arriving and when you can expect them.

Download YAK TRAK Today

If you use YAK ACCESS mats, your team can immediately benefit from YAK TRAK. Just download the app and talk to your project manager about connecting your account. After the initial setup, adding new users is easy, and you can assign access based on their roles. If you don’t use YAK ACCESS yet, consider the unique benefits of working with a provider that can give you real-time information to better manage your next site access project. Have other questions about YAK TRAK? Feel free to shoot us a message

Want to stay updated about the latest YAK ACCESS news, site access planning tips, and more? Subscribe to our blog to get monthly updates sent right to your inbox. 

Subscribe to Our Blog