Trusted by SMACNA contractors like Southland Industries, Limbach, and General Sheet Metal, BuildCentrix (also known as Webduct) is the leading provider of web and mobile collaboration tools between the office, field, and shop for ductwork/piping detailing, ordering, and scheduling.
“We’re excited to announce BuildCentrix’s acquisition of SiteTrace,” said James Beveridge, BuildCentrix (BCX) CEO. “It was an agile company with a similar outlook on technology and how to optimize workflows and mobile technology for specialty trade contractors. Most importantly, SiteTrace shares the same commitment to customer success that we do at BCX. We look forward to welcoming any SiteTrace clients to the 8,000+ Speciality trades people who use BCX today.”
The merger will provide additional market experienced staff and IP to support BXC's suite of tools, and bring innovation to the SiteTrace platform that will improve its integration and functionality.
“A major area for improvement within SiteTrace has been building integrations with fabrication software like Camduct, PractiCAM, Trimble, and Shop Data,” said Lin Htet Kyaw, previously SiteTrace's co-founder and head of customer success. Lin now leads go-to-market and partnerships at BCX. “BuildCentrix provides exactly that plus the ability for shop foremen to track their fabrication hours and provide order statuses instantly to the field.”
SiteTrace is building software to make sheet metal ductwork configuration and ordering easier, quicker, and error-free for HVAC contractors. Designed for the field, the SiteTrace mobile app ensures all required information is included in orders, preventing time-consuming follow-ups from the shop, and allowing fabrication to begin sooner as well.