PlanRadar, a web-based application for construction and real estate projects, has launched in the UK.
Already used in other countries around the world, the company behind the application believes that, in Britain, the launch has the potential to help the industry increase its levels of productivity.
Using a SaaS solution, the solution provides the construction industry with digital construction documentation, defect and task management throughout the lifecycle of construction and real estate projects.
Using a smartphone or tablet, even when offline, the platform allows construction workers to automate the entire documentation process with interactive blueprints and floorplans. The company says that it can help to save an average of seven working hours per week in admin time and averting errors.
“We will not let Brexit get in the way of our mission to digitise the construction and real estate industry in the UK,” explained Ibrahim Imam, Managing Director and Co-Founder of PlanRadar. “Risks around bottlenecks in the supply of construction materials and tradespeople can be mitigated with platforms like PlanRadar; digitised processes can raise their efficiency potential against the competition, improve quality control and deliver 900 per cent ROI.”
In the last twelve months, PlanRadar has increased sales by 300 per cent and expanded its workforce to 57 employees. “In light of our rapid growth in the past year and the positive international business outlook for 2019, we have moved our head office to a much larger facility in central Vienna to support the increased demand,” added Imam.
PlanRadar is based in Vienna and has more than 3,500 customers from 43 different countries.