SAN FRANCISCO, July 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PlanGrid, the construction industry's leader in field productivity software, announced today that it is releasing an all-new application programing interface (API). The API makes it easy for PlanGrid customers to integrate all the software apps they use throughout a construction project's lifecycle. Customers can now make information in PlanGrid available in their proprietary systems, build custom integrations to third-party apps, and take advantage of integrations from PlanGrid's partners. Construction technology leaders like CMiC, Newforma, and Pavia Systems have joined PlanGrid's technology partner ecosystem, and their integrations with PlanGrid will be available in the coming months.
"Blueprints are the heart of every construction project. It's where all the building information comes together, and where updates from the field are recorded," says Tracy Young, CEO of PlanGrid. "We're excited to see our customers and technology partners extend that information from PlanGrid into the ecosystem of apps that power modern construction projects."
PlanGrid's software solutions are transforming the construction industry, and have resulted in the company's explosive growth. Today, PlanGrid announced that Q2 FY 2016 marked its 14th consecutive quarter of triple-digit revenue growth—an astounding record. PlanGrid now has over 200 employees, with sales reps in the top 25 US markets, and new offices in Toronto, London, and Sydney.
About PlanGrid PlanGrid is the world's leading provider of construction software for the field. It helps contractors, owners, and architects collaborate easily from their mobile devices and desktop, managing blueprints, specs, photos, RFIs, and punchlists. PlanGrid's cloud-based platform has been used on more than 450,000 construction projects, and it stores over 50 million sheets of digital blueprints. The company emerged from Y Combinator in 2012, and secured over $58 million in funding from world-renowned organizations and individuals, including Sequoia, Tenaya Capital, Northgate, Founders Fund, Box, and Google Ventures.