Founded in 2018, Linq is a data and documentation tool that gives users in the construction sectors the power to instantly retrieve the most relevant and current information, including shop drawings, submittals, specifications, plans, safety manuals, RFIs, and more.
Fremont, CA: Oakland-based construction data and document search tool provider Linq, continued their partnership with Stanley Black and Decker, after committing to an undisclosed Series A funding investment as an extension to the seed funding invested last year. The company intends to use the additional funding to fuel the accelerated growth of its user-centric design approach to launch Linq, and scale the team and product to support future growth.
Founded in 2018, Linq is a data and documentation tool that gives users in the construction sectors the power to instantly retrieve the most relevant and current information, including shop drawings, submittals, specifications, plans, safety manuals, RFIs and more."We are very excited to have the continued support from the largest tool company in the world - their contribution on our board, deep domain knowledge of the global construction industry and operational expertise has been a fantastic asset to LINQ," said Jake Olsen, LINQ Co-founder, and CEO.
Over the last few months, during the beta testing stages, the company has seen positive feedback from its users. Trade contractors have successfully used the platform on dozens of projects since their launch. "LINQ has made amazing progress over the past 18 months by building a high performing team and taking an extremely disciplined approach to building a solution around our customers' needs and wants. Their early market traction is impressive, and we are optimistic about the future of this new venture." Kevin Lemke, VP, Innovation Strategy at Stanley Black & Decker.
The tool closes the divide between the people creating data and those who need t access it by giving everyone the power to retrieve the most relevant and current information instantly. LINQ cuts across the various silos of construction information and joins together the correct data and documents at a single point.