The latest from Site 1001
- July 20, 2017
As Senior VP of Engineering and Advanced Development, Cover will lead the company into the next generation of the Site 1001 platform.
Kansas City, Mo. – July 20, 2017 – Site 1001 today announced it has named Clay Cover as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Advanced Development. A veteran software developer with an extensive background in the fields of commercial software, cloud, big data, enterprise security, machine learning and artificial intelligence systems development, Cover will head Site 1001’s global development teams.
“We’re extremely pleased to have Clay join us,” said Site 1001 CEO, Cleve Adams. “The intelligent building revolution is here and Clay will be instrumental in Site 1001 being a leader in that market.”
Prior to joining Site 1001, Cover co-founded and led engineering for multiple California-based technology startups. He holds four software patents and has three more pending.
“I am excited to join Site 1001,” Cover said. “AI and deep learning are transforming industries and lives around the globe. Building operations is one of the last frontiers for this technology and I look forward to helping Site 1001 shape it.”
About Site 1001
Site 1001 is the developer of an intelligent facilities management platform that uses core building information, building systems and sensor data in combination with a powerful machine learning engine to put the “smart” in “smart buildings.” Cloud-based, mobile first, and location-aware, Site 1001 helps building owners, operators and ... Read more
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- October 11, 2016
JE Dunn spinout: Evolving entrepreneurial spirit made move possible
Site 1001 CTO, Eric Hall, recently sat down with Leslie Collins of the Kansas City Business Journal to discuss how Hall took the company from an idea he developed in construction to a full-fledged software startup.
“That was when I had the idea that if we could take the information that we use that made us better builders and propagate that information into facility management, we could offer a reduction in operating costs that would dwarf the construction costs over the life of the building,” he said.
Hall lined up software experts from his network to build the product and then approached the Dunn family around 2010 about providing the venture capital to make his vision a reality…
- October 3, 2016
One of Kansas City’s top corporations has led a $5 million investment round in a local tech firm that helps manage the torrents of paperwork associated with building maintenance and management.
Kansas City-based JE Dunn led the Series A round in Site 1001, a software company that spun out of the construction giant to digitize and automate facilities maintenance and management. Kansas City-area based funds Flyover Capital, Tifec and Ward Ventures also were apart of the investment round, which will go toward building Site 1001’s engineering, sales and marketing efforts.Read more
- September 22, 2016
Software developer will use funding to take its Smart Building maintenance and management platform to market
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — September 22, 2016 — Site 1001, Inc., developer of a new smart building maintenance and management platform, today announced it has raised $5 million in Series A funding. Participants in the Series A include JE Dunn Construction Company, Flyover Capital, Tifec and Ward Ventures. Site 1001 will use the funding to build its engineering team and develop sales and marketing.
Site 1001 is a cloud-based software platform that digitizes, simplifies and automates facilities management and maintenance. Traditionally time-consuming tasks that required a combination of paper documents and multiple software systems are combined into a single mobile app that goes anywhere the facilities professional goes. With Site 1001, the user merely walks into a room and scans a quick code with the app. The system then pulls up detailed facilities and asset information–everything from structural and mechanical drawings to the type of carpet and light bulbs–for that room. The app can also create task lists, log service, issue work orders, and perform a number of other functions including adjusting building controls via integrations with building automation systems and smart building gateways.
“Site 1001 bridges the gap between the old hodge-podge of paper and PC-based facilities management systems of the past 30 to 50 years, and the hyper-connected and automated ‘smart’ building systems of tomorrow,” said Cleve Adams, CEO of Site 1001. “By bringing all that legacy information in, combining it with the ... Read more