eSUB Construction Software Announces the Launch of eSUB Cloud 2.0

eSUB Construction Software Announces the Launch of eSUB Cloud 2.0

Catalyst portfolio company eSUB Construction Software released the newest iteration of its innovative construction software. Designed to help trade contractors increase both productivity and profitability, eSUB Cloud 2.0 maximizes efficiencies, strengthens communication between the field and office, and provides a modern user experience that is intuitive and easy.

The Software Report | The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020

The Software Report recognized Wendy Rogers, founder and CEO of Catalyst portfolio company eSUB, as a top SaaS CEO. Wendy has been a passionate champion of the skilled trades. She developed eSUB, a field-first, cloud platform for the trades to enable labor tracking, productivity, and collaboration at a time when the term “cloud” didn’t exist. Wendy joins the ranks of billion dollar software companies like Paychex, Cvent, and Gainsight – an honorable recognition!

eSUB Expands Integrations with Autodesk’s PlanGrid and BIM 360

Catalyst portfolio company eSUB, a leading field data and construction operations platform developed for subcontractors, updated its integrations with PlanGrid® and BIM 360®, construction software from Autodesk®. Designed specifically to address the workflows of trade contractors, eSUB serves as the field data collection and system of record for trade contractors and leverages PlanGrid and BIM 360 for drawing management and field collaboration.

Construction Tech Market Overview

Despite a recent uptick in private financing and M&A activity, the construction industry remains a laggard in terms of technology adoption.  A number of platforms and point solutions have emerged and are bringing traditionally paper-based processes online, but much innovation remains to come.  Many stakeholders stand to benefit from the digitization of construction workflows, including contractors, designers, suppliers and other service organizations.  As these transformations occur, truly vertically integrated platforms will emerge.