October 28, 2022

EquipmentShare Wins Top Construction Technology Firm Award

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EquipmentShare is proud to win its first Construction Executive Award.

COLUMBIA, Mo. — EquipmentShare, one of the fastest-growing equipment rental and technology companies in the nation, is honored to be recognized as one of Construction Executive’s Top Construction Technology Firms in the Business, Intelligence, Reporting and Analytics sector. The publication references T3, the proprietary technology that powers nationwide equipment and digital solutions provider EquipmentShare, as the “cloud-based operating system that serves as a single data source to streamline construction workflows.”

“At EquipmentShare, we never shy away from tough challenges. We are constantly striving to improve our technology solutions for our customers and ourselves. Without continual growth and change, we are stagnant. This acknowledgement is really a testament to our dedicated team and the strong partnerships we have with customers who work with us to solve real industry problems through T3,” said Willy Schlacks, president and co-founder of EquipmentShare.

The cloud-connected platform – T3 – is powered by telematics and machine hardware to give construction, industrial and transportation companies a view into jobsites and equipment. T3 allows users to see inventory in real time, which reduces pain points that negatively impact budgets and timelines. By using T3 Dash Cams, customers can improve fleet safety and have two-way video evidence in case of an accident. The Operating System for Construction unlocks unparalleled control for EquipmentShare teams and its  customers from the smallest job to the largest. 

According to its website, CE developed The Top Construction Technology Firms™ list by asking more than 1,000 firms that provide technology and software solutions for the construction industry to complete a nomination form. The information collected included: 1) the firm’s product offerings specific to the AEC industry; 2) the user profile (type and size of firm for which each product is recommended); 3) how each product is sold (by seat, user, license and/or project, etc.); and 4) the number of active users within the past 12 months (by individual users and/or companies).

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