One of the biggest differences between Waterfall and Agile methodologies is the ability to ship iterations. In Waterfall you wait 6 months for a feature to release. With Agile you get an initial release and then iterative improvements (new features/feature enhancements) at frequent intervals until it’s on par with the waterfall delivery.
Here are 11 of the best construction job tracking software programs for contractors.
The construction industry is no stranger to resource planning, but it tends to have multiple meanings depending on which general contractor you’re talking to. For some, types of resources might include machinery and equipment, while for others resource means strictly their workforce. In fact, we recently ran a survey with general contractors to gain some insight into what they were searching online when looking for tools to manage their workforce allocations.
The Bridgit perspective: “It was really important for us to partner with a debt provider that understood our vision and we’re excited about the massive opportunity for new and innovative solutions in the construction industry,” said Mallorie Brodie, CEO at Bridgit. “Post-closing, Amy [Olah, of CIBC] and her team have continued to support us with
The Bridgit Perspective: In March, Ontario, Canada-based construction management software firm Bridgit completed a $7.75 million Series A round of funding led by BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Fund with participation from MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund, Innovation Grade Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Sands Capital Ventures, StandUp Ventures, and Vanedge Capital. The women-owned company also received $750,000 in government
The Bridgit Perspective: “Some notable tech founders and startups have been featured as winners this yr, together with Toronto-based construction software firm Bridgit, which raised a $6.2 million Collection Around this yr, earlier than receiving a $750,000 funding from the federal authorities. Bridgit co-founders Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake jointly won the Startup Canada’s Women
This past week, some of the Bridgit team attended the ENR FutureTech conference in San Francisco, California. It is one of the biggest expos of construction tech, and the ENR 400 list is basically like Forbes for the construction industry – it’s the place to be, especially with a new product on our hands.
The Bridgit Perspective: In 2012, Mallorie Brodie co-founded Bridgit, a cloud-based platform that helps construction teams communicate, coordinate, and build better. The mission: Upgrade the construction industry. The first product, Bridgit Field, centres around punch list, inspections, and quality. The newest product, Bridgit Bench, is a tool for the resource planning and management in the
The Bridgit perspective: “We found that our families had both come from the construction industry,” explained Brodie. “So, that was the starting point for us.” View article
The Bridgit perspective: “Achieving a strong product-market fit with our initial offering was imperative before broadening our product offering.” View article