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Fieldwire is a mobile collaboration platform [1] designed for construction foremen, superintendents, contractors, and engineers. The application allows field workers to access up-to-date information like drawings, files and tasks directly from the jobsite on their mobile device.

Company history

The San Francisco, California based startup company was founded 29 March 2013[2] around a core team of construction and computer science engineers from Stanford, Berkeley and MIT. Fieldwire went through the startup incubator program AngelPad.[3][4] and is venture capital-backed by investors[5] such as Bloomberg Beta, Trinity Ventures, Formation 8, AngelPad and Brick & Mortar Ventures. The company serves clients on multiple continents and reports over 50,000 projects worldwide.

Product

Fieldwire focuses on the effective collaboration of on-site workers around the following use cases:

Integrations

Fieldwire integrates with several popular productivity tools including Dropbox, Box and Google Drive. In July 2014, Fieldwire released an API to third-party developers and clients allowing them to develop integrations with any existing service.

Pricing

Fieldwire is free for small teams with unlimited projects and tasks. Fieldwire Premium plans (SaaS = Software as a Service) are paid versions of the product for larger teams and grant access to additional features.

See also

References

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External links

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  1. Lawler, Ryan "Fieldwire Offers A Task-Management App For The Construction Industry", Techcrunch, San Francisco, 4 February 2015. Retrieved on 4 February 2015.
  2. C3557576 "Fieldwirelabs, Inc.", California Explore, 29 March 2013.
  3. Kolodny, Lora "Sneak Preview: AngelPad May 2013 Graduates", Wall Street Journal, San Francisco, 22 May 2013. Retrieved on 22 May 2013.
  4. Ha, Anthony "AngelPad’s Sixth Batch Of Startups Includes Companies Working On Drones, Storage, And More", Techcrunch, San Francisco, 23 May 2013. Retrieved on 23 May 2013.
  5. Lawler, Ryan "Fieldwire Offers A Task-Management App For The Construction Industry", Techcrunch, San Francisco, 4 February 2015. Retrieved on 4 February 2015.