ProPlanner Raises More Than $2.7 Million in Funding


ProPlanner (formerly Ipsum), a San Francisco, CA-based web-based and collaborative construction technology platform, raised $2.7m in funding.

The round was led by Insight Partners with participation from The Haskell Company’s venture capital arm Dysruptek, Suffolk Technologies, STO Building Group, Thornton Tomasetti and several construction tech founders including Riggs Kubiak from Honest Buildings and Meirav Oren from Versatile.

The company intends to use the funds to grow its customer base, expand its go-to-market team, and enhance the platform’s capabilities.

Led by Franco Giaquinto, CEO, ProPlanner is a collaborative cloud-based construction scheduling and planning platform utilized by general contractors on hundreds of construction projects in over 10 countries. The platform gives general contractors a web-based platform to empower teams in the field to plan and keep their projects on time. It connects their project schedules with weekly lookaheads and work plans, and integrates with other platforms, such as Procore, to enable relevant documents such as RFIs and soon Submittals to stay in sync with the schedule.

Companies like Haskell, Granger Construction, Journey Construction, Novo Construction and Orion Building Corporation are using it on their projects.