Built Technologies

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Built Technologies is an IT company specializing in mobile application development services. Its collaboration software brings the draw management process online and helps reduce construction loan risk and increases loan profitability, transforms the borrower experience, and simplifies compliance. The company serves small, regional, and national lenders coast-to-coast.

HQNashville, US
Employee Ratings4.3

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Employees (est.) (Aug 2020)129
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Built Technologies

Chase Gilbert

Chase Gilbert

Connor Kelly

Connor Kelly

Director of Business Development
Michael Segreto

Michael Segreto

VP of Enterprise Sales
Berry Kennedy

Berry Kennedy

VP of Revenue Operations
Kara Parkey

Kara Parkey

VP, Strategic Accounts
Chris Boyd

Chris Boyd

VP of Product
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Built Technologies Office Locations

Built Technologies has an office in Nashville
Nashville, US (HQ)
635 Grassmere Park
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Built Technologies Financials and Metrics

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Built Technologies total Funding

$52 m

Built Technologies latest funding size

$31 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Built Technologies investors

Built Technologies's latest funding round in April 2019 was reported to be $31 m. In total, Built Technologies has raised $52 m
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Built Technologies Cybersecurity Score

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Built Technologies Online and Social Media Presence

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Built Technologies News and Updates

Built Technologies acquires lienwaivers.io

Built Technologies, a provider of construction finance software, has acquired lienwaivers.io, a developer of lien waiver management and payment technology for commercial and residential construction.

Built Technologies Acquires lienwaivers.io As It Expands Its Reach from Construction Lending to Construction Spending

lienwaivers.io accelerates Built’s mission to improve the way money flows through the construction ecosystem from lender to vendor

Built Technologies Blogs

Built + ABA Webinar: Managing Construction Lending Risks

Jim Fraser, our Director of CRE Strategy, presents this webinar in partnership with the ABA.

6 Payment Application Mistakes That Will Slow Down Payment

Payment applications are some of the most important documents on a construction project. Without them, no one gets paid. And, if there are mistakes in one company’s application, it can delay payment to everyone on the project. Turning in accurate applications, with all of the required do…

Construction Loans, Interest Reserves + COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to evolve, impacts to commercial real estate loan portfolios will become more apparent. Lenders and borrowers are engaged in deal-by-deal negotiations, including application of the CARES Act which gives lenders the ability to defer interest, modify and extend maturi…

7 Tips for Tracking Contractor Compliance Documents

It is imperative that construction project teams track the status of compliance documents like contractor insurance policies, licensing, bonds, and lien waivers. These documents are often required when turning in payment applications, closeout documents, and for insurance audits. They ca…

Want to Further Your Knowledge of Procore? These 9 Places Will Make You a Procore Expert

Advancements in technology have powered all areas of the construction process -- from the contractors in the field to lenders in the office -- and Procore is a frontrunner in leading the charge to streamline the otherwise tedious process for all involved. 

Improving Efficiency with Lien Waiver Notarization for Required States: Texas, Mississippi and Wyoming

From creating and printing, to sending, tracking and receiving, most folks familiar with the lien waiver process will tell you it’s clunky at best. A job that is often tedious and inefficient, the process can move at a glacial pace, which slows down the construction project as a whole.  
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Built Technologies Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Built Technologies founded?

    Built Technologies was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Built Technologies key executives?

    Built Technologies's key executives are Chase Gilbert, Connor Kelly and Michael Segreto.

  • How many employees does Built Technologies have?

    Built Technologies has 129 employees.

  • Who are Built Technologies competitors?

    Competitors of Built Technologies include Taskade, Celadon and Techugo.

  • Where is Built Technologies headquarters?

    Built Technologies headquarters is located at 635 Grassmere Park, Nashville.

  • Where are Built Technologies offices?

    Built Technologies has an office in Nashville.

  • How many offices does Built Technologies have?

    Built Technologies has 1 office.