Sitemate, a Sydney, Australia-based flexible project management software that enables you to streamline your projects, teams, and forms your way, raised $5.2 million for its no-code software tools for companies in the construction sector.
The round was led by Blackbird, with participation from existing investors Shearwater Capital and angels including local tech founders Tim Doyle of Eucalyptus and Rory San Miguel of Propeller.
Company: Dashpivot Services Pty Ltd.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: July 2022
Lead Investors: Blackbird
Additional Investors: Shearwater Capital, Tim Doyle of Eucalyptus, and Rory San Miguel
Company Website: https://sitemate.com/
Software Category: Project Management Software
About the Company: Sitemate was founded in 2015 as Construction Cloud, Hartley Pike and co-founder Samuel McDonnell launched the platform out of UTS Startups, with support from the University of Technology’s Engineering and Business Faculties. Sitemate is flexible project management software that enables companies in the industries to streamline their projects, teams, and forms - in their way. Sitemate’s software service enables companies in industrial verticals such as construction, infrastructure, oil & gas, mining, and energy to move their existing standard operating procedures away from paper-based documents and fragmented software tools to an easy-to-use platform where work is captured, tracked, organized and automated. Its features include digital forms and automated workflows, real-time tracking and reporting, customizable dashboards, real-time collaboration, and real-time performance dashboards. Sitemate now has a global customer base, with operations in Sydney, London, and a North American office planned for later this year.