SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Architecture industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 4 VC funded SaaS startups in the Architecture industry.
The construction and real estate sectors are among the biggest and most established in the world, yet Capmo is the premier B2B SaaS firm transforming them. We have received several accolades for being among the most cutting-edge digital firms in the construction industry, and in only three years, our company has grown to around 70 people from more than 15 different nations. We will establish the digital future of the construction sector in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland by the end of 2022 to enable the timely, cost-effective, and CO2-efficient building of, among other things, homes, schools, and hospitals. In 2018, the Munich-based software firm was established. Tens of thousands of users and several hundred clients in Europe now rely on Capmo's digital solution and utilize the software to carry out well over 10,000 building projects.
A revolutionary Location Intelligence solution for ethical business choices is called CHAOS. At CHAOS, we think that decision-making by stakeholders that is informed and centered on people is essential to the creation and development of livable cities. Businesses and services that result from interactions between these stakeholders, as well as those involved in the city development value chain, can get commercial insights from CHAOS to help them grow. CHAOS develops benchmarks and useful insights for the improvement of cities and enterprises by combining unstructured and geolocated data into a platform and applying scientific techniques and machine learning.
PlanRadar offers a SaaS solution for documentation and communication in construction and real estate projects (e.g. construction documentation, task and defect management. due diligence, etc.). Today, there are in each real estate project on average 1-2 issues per 100ft². PlanRadar's solution with web access and native apps for all kinds of mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows) supports the user in recording, documentation, communication, and tracking of any kind of information. Project & site managers, architects & planners, specialists, technicians, property &facility managers or investors and owners can record any kind of information (e.g. tasks, defects, ec.) in a cost & time-saving way directly on the site with their tablet or smartphone and assign them in real-time to responsible project stakeholders. PlanRadar has already more than 7,000 customers and more than 60,000 users from 45 different countries worldwide. Thousands of our users save already 7 working hours every single week.
No matter what the future holds, Saltmine's enterprise workplace platform enables businesses to design places where staff members want to work. The workplace is more dynamic, responsive, and adapted to changing employee demands and corporate objectives thanks to our cutting-edge technology. A workplace planning, design, and optimization tool called Saltmine improves cross-team cooperation, fosters a positive employee experience, and lowers the costs of design and real estate projects. Saltmine, a San Francisco-based company founded in 2017 by Shagufta Anurag, supports corporate office activities for clients including PG&E, Nike, Snowflake, and Workday as it moves closer to being the next operating system for the workplace.