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Touchplan, Bridgit Forge Partnership Around Construction Technology

Bridgit, a construction workforce intelligence technology company, and Boston-based Touchplan, a collaborative construction planning software platform, have formed a partnership that will empower construction firms to better manage risk using a data-driven approach to project and workforce management.

”By partnering with Touchplan, we will be able to build strong relationships with another leader in the construction technology space and gain further insight into how we can help contractors mitigate risk, said Trent Beattie, Bridgit’s head of strategic partnerships and alliances.

Jimmy Suppelsa, Touchplan’s head of strategic partnerships & alliances, said, “Aligning our project planning and analytics platform with Bridgit’s labor management solutions allows mutual customers to better anticipate and eliminate unnecessary delays and cost overruns that may occur when planning and re-planning their projects. Our partnership is a natural extension of a common mission to make people’s lives better by delivering world-class, approachable innovation to the construction industry.”

ouchplan, Bridgit Forge Partnership Around Construction Technology


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