RedTeam, a collaboration platform for commercial contractors, announced its technology is now used by North Carolina-based Inner-Tech, a company specializing in commercial renovation and upfit projects of office, retail and industrial/distribution spaces.
Inner-Tech has a reputation for achieving high-quality standards and providing excellent hands-on client service in Raleigh, North Carolina, the company noted in a press release. Priding itself on timely completion of projects, Inner-Tech now leverages RedTeam’s project management platform to quickly and accurately build out unique and fast-paced projects in Raleigh, it added.
“RedTeam’s software makes it simple for our teams in the office and in the field to better collaborate on projects,” said Dennis Woolard, general manager and project manager at Inner-Tech. “Communication and real-time updates to our projects are especially important as we work to meet the high expectations of our clients. Raleigh’s upfit market moves quickly, and RedTeam has already made a significant impact on our team’s ability to streamline our entire business.”
RedTeam is a collaboration platform for commercial contractors which helps with every aspect of a company, from managing business development and preconstruction, to job site management and project closeout. RedTeam provides real-time collaboration between internal teams, customers and vendors, enabling them to have instant access to all information they need for a successful project, it said. Most importantly, RedTeam is made up of construction professionals who understand the day-to-day challenges contractors face because they have lived it firsthand, it added.
“With our cloud-based collaboration solution, Inner-Tech’s team can easily update their projects wherever they are, without delay,” said Michael Wright, CEO of RedTeam. “We hope to do our part in streamlining the project management process and contributing to the Inner-Tech team’s continued success as they maintain their reputation for high-quality, fast-paced projects.”
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