Subjects: Data, Telecom, IT
Buildsafe becomes Infobric Field
BuildSafe, founded in 2015, provides a digital tool in which the entire project organisation at the construction site can report, resolve and analyse risks and disruptions in production. The company was acquired by Infobric in 2020. Two years later, Buildsafe will rebrand to Infobric and change their product to Infobric Field, a QHSE platform to manage construction sites.
Science Park Towers – a new level of sustainable construction through digitalisation
Infobric Group, a leading digitalisation partner to the construction industry in the Nordic region, is teaming up with client Jönköpings Fastighetsutveckling and its partner NCC to make the Science Park Towers construction project in Jönköping a model for sustainable and innovative construction processes – through digitalisation.
Infobric Group acquires MSite – the UK’s leading workforce management supplier for construction
MSite, the UK’s leading workforce management supplier for the construction industry, has joined Infobric Group. The acquisition further strengthens the customer offering seeing as MSite, as well as Infobric Group, have a clear sustainability profile and develop intuitive solutions for complex challenges in the construction sector.
Infobric Group acquires AddMobile
Infobric Group, one of the leading SaaS companies in the Nordics within services for socially sustainable and resource-efficient workplaces, has acquired AddMobile. Through this acquisition, the Group is expanding its product range with project management services and strengthening its position as a leading digitisation partner for the construction industry.
Infobric acquires Contech companies BuildSafe and EquipmentLoop
Infobric, one of the leading SaaS companies in the Nordic countries, providing digital services for sustainable and resource-efficient construction sites, has acquired several companies this past year. Now, the group is growing even more through its acquisition of BuildSafe ad EquipmentLoop, taking the next step towards accelerating digitalisation in the construction industry.
Omega and Infobric enter joint investment to support work towards a sustainable construction industry
Infobric and Omega PS have entered a joint investment to provide IT solutions that support a sustainable and organized construction industry. The co-owned company, HMSREG AS, will provide systems and services that improve efficiency for trustworthy construction companies, contribute to the fight against work-related crime, and contribute to fair market competition.
HMSREG AS aims to provide IT
Infobric is building a group of companies to provide digital solutions for sustainable community building
Infobric is building a Nordic group together with the acquired companies; TelliQ, Blastmanager, and Tempus, with the goal of accelerating digitalisation in areas such as the construction industry. Together, these companies contribute towards socially sustainable and resource-efficient workplaces through smart and user-friendly SaaS services.
Kristina Laurelii appointed new CFO for Infobric Group
Kristina Laurelii joins the Infobric Group as new CFO, Chief Financial Officer. Her most recent position was as CFO of Svedbergs Group.
Infobric Group acquires TelliQ
Infobric, a leading supplier of IT systems for increased security and effectiveness in the construction industry, is acquiring one of Sweden’s largest telematics companies, TelliQ AB, which will become the Group’s fleet management company. Together, they will form a strong and innovative IT group with a common vision: to create smarter and more sustainable work processes for their customers.
Infobric acquires BlastManager AS
Through the acquisition of the Norwegian IT company BlastManager AS, Infobric further strengthens its position as a digitization partner to the construction industry’s stakeholders and provides the executive group with specialist expertise in IT solutions for safer and efficient blasting work.
Infobric acquires Tempus AS and strengthens its position as a digitalisation partner to the construction industry
Infobric strengthens its offering of smart IT services in order to increase security and efficiency in the construction industry in the North As part of the acquisition, Tempus AS and its Swedish subsidiary Templus AB have now become part of Infobric.
Infobric takes the next step with new owner Summa Equity
Summa Equity acquires the IT and Electronics’ developer Infobric from Jönköping Business Development and becomes the majority owner of the company. With the new owner, Infobric takes the next step towards becoming the leading digitalization partner for the construction industry.