> “Most of the buyers in our sample were on the smaller end of the spectrum—42 percent of companies had annual revenues of $5-10 million, and 31 percent had fewer than 20 employees. These companies primarily fell into four categories: specialty contractors (e.g. electricians, plumbers), general contractors, home builders and engineers/architects.
A 2014 report from construction software research and reviews website, Software Advice
, states that small- and medium-sized businesses are more likely to choose a construction management software that improves their company’s productivity. Much of the construction management software in the industry caters to larger construction companies giving those small-to medium-sized companies fewer options to pick from. BuildingBlok is priced appropriately and user friendly making it more appealing to companies that want a solution that requires very little training and is cost effective. The report states the following…
Smaller construction companies will likely have more opportunities to adopt software that improves their efficiency and automates business processes in the near future.”
Steven Mulka, a member of the Association of General Contractors (AGC) IT Steering committee and a founding partner of SIS Software claims that,
“Historically, the construction industry has not been a top spender in the technology field. But I think the increase of Cloud solutions and more powerful software at a more affordable cost will provide opportunities for smaller companies—and even large companies—to get the improvements they’re looking for and achieve a positive ROI without having to spend millions.”