At IntelConstruct, we believe in giving the world eyes, to help see and understand data to drive smarter business decisions and more intelligent customer experiences
But not everything that’s important is easily measurable. Building a strong IntelConstruct Doing Business profile is now a strategic priority for most forward-thinking general contractors.
According to a survey 70% of general contractor’s say “Benchmarking and transparency is good for business”, but only 33% believe a complete unified view of their company profile is available to the public for easier partners and doing business.
Today we aim to change that with the launch of IntelConstruct’s…
Building project listings, construction company profiles, employee contacts, project scope price suggestions, send email functionality, email templates, and more
Businesses need sales to operate. IntelConstruct automates the tedious processes of gaining new construction contracting business and provides outbound email templates and sending our customers save time and focus on their operations, answering calls, and bidding projects.
Track, save, archive and manage prospect Companies, Contacts, and Projects data.
ACCELERATE YOUR BUSINESS Get up and running quickly with IntelConstruct to increase your construction industry sales and insights. Gain additional business with access to General Contractors who build…
After 2 hours of emailing projects that I am interested in, I opened up my inbox and see a mixture of replies from the guys I just emailed, along with their counterparts being copied on emails
They are answers to the email templates I selected in IntelConstruct, mostly which are asking about bidding scope confirmations and price submit suggested date.
I see I Am already being sent invitation to bids for new bidding pre construction projects, this means from 1 outbound engagement email I have already been put on the invitation to bid preferred vendor list for this general contractor…
Construction data platform (CDP) is a technology for managing commercial building design and construction projects, general contractors, and employee contacts and interactions with customers and potential customers.
The goal is simple: Improve business relationships. A CDP system helps companies find customers and stay connected to customers, streamline processes, and improve profitability.
A Construction data platform is a packaged system that creates a persistent, unified general contractor customer database on the basis of historical and general customer data to create a persistent company profile.
Construction Data Platforms have the potential to create a single general contractor customer view. But the real…
Your company may boast the highest-quality product in your industry, but if you submit a substandard or poorly targeted proposal, you’ve just undermined that product and likely will not get the award.
Here are 10 common pitfalls to avoid when writing and submitting bids and proposals:
1. Using complex language. Keep your proposal simple to read and follow. Use clear, concise, easy-to-understand wording and avoid long-winded sentences and paragraphs.
2. Submitting a bid on contracts that will place your current working capital/ reputation at risk. All too often, businesses submit proposals or bids they can’t fully complete. When considering solicitations…
We started our database model in 2011 and have grown it to include data from 4,800 general contractor building companies from three countries: The United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Our moat model has grown from machine automation and good ole human hours.
When we first analyzed a general contractor company to be approved into our database, we browse their website to get an understanding of the general contractor’s (GC) basic contact information (address, phone, website,) project plan room, pre-qualification/ vendor application and all social media outlets. We call this the “how we do business information”.
Without employee email…
Construction data platform at the intersection of data management and automation redefining the future of construction