RedTeam Announces Integration of Fieldlens' Mobile Field Management Software

RedTeam acquires industry-leading markup software from Fieldlens to allow construction professionals to document conversations, punch list items, project updates, and pin photos and videos directly to project plans.

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RedTeam, a cloud-based construction management platform for commercial contractors, announced it has acquired the Fieldlens' mobile field management software application for the construction industry. 

Fieldlens is a mobile plan markup tool that allows construction professionals to document conversations, punch list items, project updates, and pin photos and video directly to project plans right from the field. It provides visibility and communication throughout the entire project chain, from subcontractors all the way up to building owners.

“Fieldlens is a proven commodity in construction technology and like RedTeam, developed by construction professionals so we’re excited to acquire the software and integrate its functionalities into the RedTeam platform,” said Michael Wright, founder and chief executive officer of RedTeam. “A plan markup tool was already part of our roadmap, so acquiring Fieldlens is strategically a perfect fit for us and our clients.”

Fieldlens is RedTeam’s first software acquisition. RedTeam is working to integrate Fieldlens into its construction management platform and plans to offer Fieldlens as a standalone product as well.

The acquisition of Fieldlens’ software is the latest in a series of platform enhancements that RedTeam has added over the past few months on its rise to the top of a new class of hyper-vertical, purpose-built enterprise applications.

  • TeamPlayer is RedTeam’s app that facilitates subcontractor collaboration by making communication more efficient, reducing risk, increasing compliance and addressing pain points in billing
  • A new return on investment (ROI) calculator helps commercial contractors estimate and measure the value of adopting different construction technologies
  • New financial management features like Project Phases and Project Cost Categories help general contractors understand costs at a time when the industry is dealing with the impacts of COVID-19
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