iSqFt acquires technology and key assets of Plan Express Inc.
Like iSqFt, Plan Express follows a software-as-service business model, providing a Web-based service that takes advantage of a nationwide network of reprographers, making it a two-click process to get paper or electronic plans to subcontractors in multiple locations, anywhere in the country.
“This [acquisition] is absolutely in keeping with our long-term strategies,” says iSqFt President and CEO Dave Conway. “This will allow us to continue supporting Plan Express’s customers, and also offer our current customers additional benefits as we figure out the best ways to marry the strongest elements of both companies.”
Conway continued, “Our primary interest is in offering our customers and partners more options and superior service, and the assets of Plan Express will let us continue toward that goal. We’re enthusiastic about working with the customers and partners from Plan Express and will look for ways to add new features, functionality, and convenience for our existing customers.”
Founded in 1993 as Construction Software Technologies, Inc., Cincinnati]based iSqFt is the construction industry’s leading provider of online bid solicitation and preconstruction management services in the United States.
Through strategic partnerships with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), local AGC Chapters and other industry organizations, the firm provides tens of thousands of general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in markets around the U.S. with online tools and solutions to increase competitiveness through reduced costs and increased efficiency. iSqFt is also a proud member of U.S. Green Building Council and is committed to the practices of sustainable design and construction.
For more information about iSqFt and its applications, visit www.isqft.com.
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