The future of deskless work is

Digital, Automated, & Intelligent

Industry veterans are looking at digital transformation to streamline operations, improve productivity, and bolster safety and compliance.

In a study published by PwC, businesses that implemented digitalization across their value chain, drove $421 billion in cost reductions and $493 billion in increased annual revenues in five years.

Collaborative solutions can unlock more than
$100 billion in value and yet, today..

80% of all industrial projects lack a real-time connect between the field and the office.

Labor Productivity has increased by only 1% annually in the last two decades.

80% of employees waste an average of 30 minutes per day retrieving information.

Digitalization will empower 2.7 billion workers. Industry 4.0 will be driven by the:

Connected Worker

Highly Informed

Workers will have a clear understanding of protocols with digital documents and quick access to experts.


Maintenance times will be reduced with automated information flow between machines, teams, and workers.

Motivated & Loyal

Every worker will feel valued, appreciated, and protected with digital connectivity and transparency.

An effective safety program reduces costs by up to 40%. Yet, as of today..

Each non-fatal occupational injury or illness results in 13 days away from work.

Workers spend 5-15% time reading information but up to 50% looking for it.

A company can save 12-18% with preventive maintenance over reactive maintenance.

Leaders will need to integrate safety into their digital roadmap to pursue:

Proactive Safety & Compliance


All workers will be accounted for and any problems will be reported immediately via live data and digital logs.

Centralized Knowledgebase

All stakeholders will have easy access to safety and compliance documents through mobile devices online and offline.

Open Communication

Leaders and management will guide their workforce and actively participate in their training processes.

The implementation of project management tools remains broken.

Large projects take 20% longer to finish than scheduled and are up to 80% over budget.

Critical path method scheduling is implemented on less than 20% of all turnarounds.

Over 70% of all turnarounds are failures and 40% can be classified as “train wrecks”.

Leaders will have a 360° view of the field and account for all known variables and prepare for unknown dependencies with:

Smart Project Management


KPIs will measure live event statuses and allow timely coordination between all stakeholders on and off the field.


Successful plans will implement extensive project controls and scope quantification to unleash project growth.


Stakeholders will be able to identify problems before they become issues and foster a proactive vs reactive culture.

Finally, the bedrock of all digital transformation initiatives:

End-to-end Integration

Holistic planning will be key to successful implementation.

Digital initiatives will be integrated enterprise-wide. 

All stakeholders will work from
a single source of truth.

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Shailesh Yadav

Asst. Manager, Civil Maint, BPCL(MR)

It was a wonderful experience working with the team at Maximl Labs during our Shutdown. You guys filled the most important gap that has existed i.e., the gap in inter-personal or inter-department/section communication. This time all information was available to me at all times through your solution and I did not have to go through the pain of calling a meeting every time I had to discuss or covey something important. And all this was made so simple and user friendly with the interactive interface, avoiding any complexities. It felt like an upgrade from a retail market to online shopping.

Some key highlights were:

  • Monitoring of critical path, especially when its constantly changing
  • Effective communication and follow-up workflows
  • Centralized knowledge with overall progress of all the jobs