Built Worlds Tool Management 3-23-18

Round Up: News From Grit, ShareMyToolbox, etc

Round Up: News From Grit, ShareMyToolbox, Pype, Ving, and CannonDesi

Originally published on the BuiltWorlds Blog – March 2018
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What’s happening this week in our industry? Here’s our Friday round up of news and announcements from members of the BuiltWorlds network. Want to be included? Send your press releases or story ideas to news@builtworlds.com.

1. Grit puts out a call for beta pilot partners

Grit, a construction planning engine that utilizes VR technology, is looking for 8 contractors to pilot the software. Email hello@gritvirtual.com for more information.


2. ShareMyToolbox relates ways tool tracking can your operations costs

ShareMyToolbox, a tool tracking application, shared that “most companies see more than a 20% drop in tool expenses after implementing a modern tool tracking system.”


3. Pype demystifies submittal logs

Pype is a software that helps users start projects faster. In a blog post, Pype explained the utility and content of construction submittal logs.


4. Ving shares Easter-themed employee bonding activities

Ving is a video platform for providing and monitoring employee safety training. The platform encouraged companies to promote employee collaboration through holiday-themed games.


5. CannonDesign’s Diane Osen gives advice to fellow women in builtindustries

Diane Osen, the former CEO of FKP and a member of CannonDesign’s board of directors, offers her recipe for women’s success in the male-dominated architecture industry.


About ShareMyToolbox:

ShareMyToolbox is a cloud app that makes organizing, searching and sharing small tools and equipment simple for contractors. The app is a modern way to manage a tool inventory and keep track of equipment in the field as well as in a warehouse. Free tool tracking articles and customer stories are available at Tool Tracking App.

 “Most companies see more than a 20% drop in tool expenses after implementing a modern tool tracking system.”