By Construction Tech Review | Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Bridgit brings partnerships and alliances leader, Trent Beattie, to boost revenue growth and strengthen industry relationships.
FREMONT, CA: Bridgit, the leading supplier of construction resource management solutions, welcomes Trent Beattie as the Head of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances. Beattie will be in charge of creating, developing, and leading the overall partnerships and alliances strategy. This will enable Bridgit to further boost its go-to-market strategy and work more closely with partners in the construction ecosystem.
The company is excited Trent on board as this will be a vital role as it scales business in 2021 and beyond. Trent presents with him a track record of success, and partnerships and alliances will play a very important part as the company continues to grow Bridgit and add value to its clients.
Beattie has over twenty years of experience offering technology solutions and building collaborations and channels at software companies like iWave, Netsuite, and D&B Canada. At iWave, Beattie developed a community of technology, consulting, and industry advocate partners that assisted in driving awareness and provide integrated solutions. Earlier this year, Bridgit launched an integration with Procore to streamline digital workforce planning for construction. In July, the firm also announced a USD 7 million strategic investment led by Autodesk to further enhance construction resource planning and forecasting.
Beattie's objective is to develop a community of partners with a focus on helping Bridgit clients and companies like them use technology to enhance their productivity. The Bridgit partnerships and alliances program will be founded on collaboration with partners to allow the expansion of technology applications across the construction industry.
Bridgit is a software firm focused on developing mobile and web-based solutions for the construction industry. Bridgit released a new construction workforce planning platform, Bridgit Bench, in 2019. General contractors and subcontractors across North America are using Bridgit Bench to simplify project planning and allocation processes.