The results are in, and Fieldwire is proud to have ranked across multiple categories in G2’s Summer Report, including:
- Highest Rated Punch List Software
- Easiest to Use Punch List Software
- Fastest Implementation in Construction Management
- Easiest Admin in Construction Management
G2 scores software based on reviews gathered from their user community, as well as data aggregated from online sources and social networks. They also apply a unique algorithm to this data to calculate the customer Satisfaction and Market Presence scores in real-time. You can learn more about G2’s scoring methodologies here.
Why Fieldwire Ranks High
Fieldwire consistently ranks as a leading construction management solution in G2’s quarterly reports for the following reasons:
- Fieldwire is quick to deploy and easy to use
- Fieldwire connects field and office teams
- Fieldwire improves response time and reduces rework
- Fieldwire unites projects, people, and data in one place
“As a general contractor with multiple projects, Fieldwire has allowed us to be in better control of items while in the field. Our communication with subcontractors has greatly improved. In fact, many of them are investing in Fieldwire themselves. We definitely consider this a useful tool.”
Case in Point
Until just recently, Power Design, a top electrical contractor, was using PlanGrid to manage all of its people, projects, and processes. The company’s VDC Technology Manager, Brad Moore, realized some shortcomings with the platform and started vetting Fieldwire to be their next solution.
Brad was so impressed by Fieldwire’s ease of use and ability to connect dispersed teams that he campaigned for immediate buy-in and companywide adoption.
“We had to onboard 2,100 users — 500-600 of those were on-campus and everyone else was in the field — and deploy 2,000 new iPads.”
To Brad’s delight, the entire implementation process took as little as eight weeks!
“We transferred 222 projects, half a million sheets, and another 100,000 documents, photos, and other files with zero downtime.”