Beck Tech and Bespoke Metrics Partnership and Future Integration

Beck Tech and Bespoke Metrics-1Beck Technology and Bespoke Metrics, creators of subcontractor prequalification, bidding, and performance evaluation software COMPASS, announce their partnership. The partnership is the first phase of a future integration planned between COMPASS and DESTINI Bid Day; an integrated construction bid leveling software. The partnership teams up both companies to improve the accuracy and experience of subcontractor prequalification in the preconstruction phase of a construction project. The upcoming integration is slated to be completed in 2024. 

COMPASS by Bespoke Metrics is a suite of software applications that use strict centralized data collection rules that offer transparent analytics and powerful visualization tools that mitigates project risk associated with subcontractor review and selection. Beck Technology plans to incorporate this powerful software suite into the DESTINI Bid Day bid leveling software so preconstruction professionals can have greater confidence of team selection and updated subcontractor information integrated directly into their bid project.

“This partnership is a testament to our focus on improving risk management across the construction industry and our support of quality-based selection,” said Michael Ho, CEO of Bespoke Metrics. “Teaming up with Beck Technology is the right direction to create a better process and provide clarity during the bidding process for complex construction projects.”

“The COMPASS software suite is a tremendous value-add to estimating professionals,” said Stewart Carroll, President at Beck Technology. “Bespoke Metrics has a great understanding of what is entailed with subcontractor information, data, and selection. This partnership strengthens our commitment to creating a better future for the built environment and I am eager to grow our business relationship through our upcoming integration.”

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