IPM Global might have a sweet spot for project-management software for construction, but the company provides technology for so much more including document control, contract control, planning and forecasting, resource management, mobility, and more. Additionally, the company, which develops software built on the Microsoft Dynamics XRM development environment, has made some big moves in the past 12 months that proves it has an eye toward the future.
The past year has been a big one for Bentley Systems. In addition to celebrating 30 years in business, the company also unveiled the CONNECT Edition late last year. Greg Bentley says the CONNECT Edition’s ability to provide a common environment for comprehensive product delivery is the result of the company’s 30 years of cumulative BIM advances.
On Center Software has made a name for itself as a leading bidding, estimating, and digital takeoff provider. Today it has a much bigger impact on all aspects of a project, with solutions for project management and document management as well as a strategy to help increase efficiencies and revenues for construction professionals through providing software.
PlanGrid might be a new company to join the Constructech 50 list this year, but it is a company the editorial team and advisory board have been watching since it launched in 2012. Coming out of Silicon Valley, the company has landed thousands of clients since its launch just three years ago and has lined up investors looking to back the company and enable growth in the future.
Since launching Textura with CPM (Construction Payment Management) in 2004, the company has built or acquired several additional solutions touching different stages of the construction project lifecycle, and has also announced the company’s IPO (initial public offering) of shares of common stock to the public in 2013.