Triax Technologies’ Chad Hollingsworth was interviewed by Builtworlds for an article about how partnerships and collaboration between technology companies are driving the construction industry forward.

One of the most remarkable aspects of the construction technology space is the sheer amount of partnerships and collaboration across stakeholders. Point solutions or function-specific solutions don’t work at the fast-moving jobsite, and increasingly, companies are teaming up to integrate their solutions into the existing construction workflows, maximizing their value to contractors.

These inter-industry integrations are all around us. Autodesk recently acquired Assemble Systems, which tethers jobsite data to building information modeling (BIM), in addition to launching their Forge platform at Autodesk University last year. PlanSwift recently partnered with Sigma Estimates to allow an easy transfer of data between the two programs, streamlining the takeoff and estimating processes.

Another exciting example of new-age construction collaboration between established enterprises and growing technology companies is that of Oracle Construction and Engineering teaming up with Triax Technologies, which was announced at the Oracle Industry Connect in April.

Read the full article at Builtworlds.com.