Yes, we understand the industry
In every industry, it's a daunting task to stay up to date on all the documentation and changes. In the Construction industry, this problem is even more acute. This is because construction is one big project management task, with an increasing number of stakeholders changing and adding new information to the project constantly.
LINQ is the only tool that allows you to cut across the clutter, and find the right version of the correct document to build off.
Contractors are forced to make sense of the ever-growing volume of information out there, even though all craftworkers really need to complete the job are a few pages pulled from a few different documents.
The Craftworker doesn't need the whole roll of architectural plans, the 1,200-page spec book and 200-page submittal package, all they need are three pages relevant for them that day.
Right now, there’s a divide growing on most job sites. Technology for “the office” has exploded in recent years, while craftworkers in the field have fallen behind - not because they don’t want to adapt and advance, but because there’s a critical shortage of technology designed by craftworkers, for craftworkers.
This is the divide that LINQ is here to fill.
We believe the time for the “Digital Craftworker” is here, and our goal is to help facilitate the transformation.