Kojo Best SaaS Product for Construction Industry

Kojo Best SaaS Product for Construction Industry

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Kojo – the construction industry’s leading materials management platform – has been named the winner of the best “SaaS Product for the Construction Industry” this week by the SaaS Awards.

“We’re honored to receive this award,” said Maria Rioumine, CEO and Founder of Kojo. “There has historically been a lack of best-in-class software solutions built for the construction industry, and our team has worked really hard to help fix that.”

Despite being a $10 trillion industry employing 200 million people worldwide, many construction workers still rely on pen and paper to build hospitals, schools, and multi-family housing projects. Since launching in 2018, Kojo has become the leading innovator in materials management for the construction industry. To date, Kojo has powered the construction of nearly 10,000 projects across 46 states and has continued to grow rapidly, most recently growing ARR 3.5x year-over-year.

“Every year, we take pride in assessing the compelling solutions and performance of our candidates. The evolution and progress of submissions go only one way: up,” said Head of Operations for the Cloud Awards, James Williams. “Every edition of this business software ‘Oscars’ sees progressively exciting innovations as we face the increasing challenges and changes of the modern world.”

Hundreds of organizations entered the SaaS Awards, with entries coming from across the globe, covering the Americas, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. The full shortlist recognizes and celebrates success and innovation in every key business vertical, in categories from “Highest Customer Satisfaction with a SaaS Product,” to “Best SaaS Product for Health & Safety or Risk Management” and beyond.

In September, Kojo announced the completion of its $39 million Series C funding round led by Battery Ventures as well as the launch of new product additions to its product suite. To learn more about Kojo’s ongoing work, please visit www.usekojo.com.

About Kojo

Kojo, the construction industry’s leading material platform, enables trade and self-perform general contractors to take control of their margins by consolidating the procurement process onto one, all-inclusive digital platform. By connecting the field, office, warehouse, accounting teams, and vendors, contractors gain visibility into real-time materials spending and usage, streamline workflows, and increase labor productivity. Contractors have access to a network of thousands of vendors to source the best prices and availability, find cost savings and reduce material waste. Kojo is trusted by hundreds of contractors and utilized by thousands of construction professionals across the country every day. To learn more, visit www.usekojo.com.

About the SaaS Awards

The SaaS Awards is a sister program to the Cloud Awards, which was founded in 2011. The SaaS Awards focuses on recognizing excellence and innovation in software solutions. Categories range from Best Enterprise-Level SaaS to Best UX or UI Design in a SaaS Product.

 Finalists were selected by a judging panel of international industry experts. For more information about the SaaS Awards, please visit https://www.cloud-awards.com/software-as-a-service-awards/.

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