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Publications around the world are featuring Linarc and sharing the details on its story, product offering and leadership team. See the latest news here.

September 2022 - In the news

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    Linarc Unveils Cloud Construction Management Software

    The construction platform has an open API and integrates with standard project management solutions, ERPs and other software for accounting and transparency. Linarc, a software company based in San Jose, Calif., has announced the launch of a project management platform for the construction industry. Linarc solves the challenges that owners, design teams and contractors have while driving projects to completion.

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    Linarc Unveils Cloud Construction Management Software From: Linarc

    Linarc, a software company based in San Jose, Calif., has announced the launch of a project management platform for the construction industry. Linarc solves the challenges that owners, design teams and contractors have while driving projects to completion.

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    Triple start-up leader Shanthi Rajan offers advice to entrepreneurs

    This is the 38th in a series of business tips from industry leaders that Enterprise Times has interviewed. Shanthi Rajan is currently the CEO and founder of Linarc. It is the third company she founded, and Enterprise Times interviewed her a few weeks ago about the startup aiming to make a difference in the construction industry.

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    Linarc New PM Software for Mid to Large Scale

    Linarc Inc., the fastest growing collaborative project management platform in the construction industry, has launched a better way to deliver construction projects. Linarc solves the daily challenges that owners, design teams, and contractors confront while driving projects to completion.

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    Reducing On-Site Accidents With Culture, Technology and Training

    It’s no secret that accidents are too frequent on construction sites. Job sites are among the most dangerous workplaces in the US. Thousands of people die or are injured on construction sites each year. The construction industry has the highest number of fatal accidents. The accident rate at the construction job sites is 71 percent higher than in other work sites. Despite spending on average 2.6 percent of their budget on safety training, on-site safety still needs much improvement to keep workers safe.

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    AECCafe Bunker Broadcast

    AECCafe Bunker Broadcast - “Linarc is a construction management platform, operations plus project management. We serve contractors in small to medium businesses with five to a hundred million revenues. That’s where our target space is. We allow contractors to manage their resources, whether crew, equipment or material, and projects.”

August 2022 - In the news

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    Linarc's All-In-One Cloud-Based Construction Project Management Software Improves Collaboration and Productivity

    Linarc has developed a better way to get building projects done. Linarc solves the problems that owners, design teams, and contractors face as they try to get projects done. Effective construction project management software benefits owners by enhancing their capacity to accomplish a construction project on time, accurately, predictably, profitably, within budget, and without financial or legal difficulties. The benefits of construction management ERP software are endless, whereas this project was formerly managed with a pencil, a sheet of paper, and a process.

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    SA PPM and Work Management news from the week beginning 15th August 2022

    Enterprise Times published an interview with Shanthi Rajan, founder and CEO of Linarc the Construction Project Management solution aiming to make an impact on the market. In a separate article, we cover the launch of Linarc and what makes it stand out from the competition. FinancialForce released Summer 22, which included enhancements to its intelligent resourcing features for PSA.

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    A conversation with Linarc

    Shanthi Rajan is a serial entrepreneur. She has been on the leadership team and successfully exited companies such as Business Evolution Inc. Her latest venture is Linarc, which was launched a few weeks ago. She is now looking to scale up the company. Enterprise Times spoke to her about her ambitions and the company. First, Enterprise Times asked her to describe Linarc. “Linarc is a construction management platform, operations plus project management. We serve contractors in small to medium businesses with five to a hundred million revenues. That’s where our target space is. We allow contractors to manage their resources, whether crew, equipment or material, and projects.”

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    Linarc releases new construction management software

    Every building can be designed as a series of lines and arcs. This is the premise behind the name, Linarc, a newly launched construction management solution brought to market by Shanthi Rajan, founder and CEO of the company. The announcement is for the first release of the solution. The company already has a couple of beta customers and is looking to attract more. Funded by Rajan, Linarc has around 28 employees, mostly engineers in India, with a small sales and customer success operation in Southern California.

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    Linarc Is a Collaborative Project Management Platform

    Managing projects can be a complex and tedious task. This is especially true for managing construction projects in the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. There’s planning, budgeting, scheduling, contracts, communication with project stakeholders, meetings, tasks, tracking progress, tracking change orders, billing, paying vendors, risk management, punch lists and commissioning, among other things. Well, there is a lot. Construction management software helps to simplify and automate some of these tasks.

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    Sage adds strengthens Sage Intacct Construction with Sage Field Operations

    Sage has announced that Sage Field Operations is now integrated and available for Sage Intacct Construction. Sage Field Operations is developed by IFS Core exclusively for Sage. IFS Core also provide Sage Service Operations. Both solutions integrate with Sage 100 Construction and Sage 300 CRE. This latest announcement sees the mobile construction management application integrated with the solution that will, in time, supersede Sage 300 CRE.

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    5 biggest challenges in switching to BIM

    5 biggest challenges in switching to BIM. Building Information Modeling, has numerous benefits above and beyond conventional design systems such as CAD. BIM tracks everything in 3D, incorporates the build schedule, and manages estimation, environmental impact, and longterm facility management. Sounds great, right? Why wouldn’t you want that?