Site 1001 Named Startup of the Year

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Techweek, a nationwide media company, awards Site 1001 during Kansas City event

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We are very pleased Site 1001 was named Techweek’s Startup of the Year. I think it shows that our technology is making waves in the smart building and AI space.

Smart building maintenance and operations software developer, Site 1001, has been named “Startup of the Year” by Techweek, a purpose-built conference and media company focused on tech leaders, corporations, and entrepreneurs nationwide. Site 1001 received the honor during Techweek Kansas City’s award ceremony and reception which wrapped up the week-long conference. The company was nominated by the Techweek Executive Board and selected and awarded by the community.

“We are very pleased Site 1001 was named Techweek’s Startup of the Year,” said Site 1001 CEO, Cleve Adams. “The Techweek event showcased some truly impressive startups from around the globe, so it was an especially high honor to for Site 1001 to be named the ‘best of the best.’ I think it shows that our technology is making waves in the smart building and AI space.”

Based in Kansas City, Site 1001 started as a project within construction giant J.E. Dunn. Today, Site 1001 has grown to connect directly with buildings through a powerful integration of real time data and forensic analysis in a mobile-based platform. “Carl,” Site 1001’s AI personality, uses building data to keep the relationship between owners, buildings, and the people in them consistent and accurate even through the ongoing process of aging buildings. The data creates actionable items to ensure building longevity and the creation of self-healing and truly smart buildings.

“We were incredibly excited to name Site 1001 Startup of the Year,” said Techweek CEO, Amanda Signorelli. Criteria for the award included the company’s technology innovations, rapid customer growth, and securing of a fresh round of venture financing earlier this year.

The Techweek award was just one honor the company received last week. Site 1001 was also named as one of the “Top 50 Smart Building Companies” by Chicago-based BuiltWorlds, which tracks the emerging players and hottest technologies in the construction sector.

About Site 1001
Site 1001 is the developer of an intelligent facilities management platform that uses core building information, building systems and sensor data in combination with a powerful machine learning engine to put the “smart” in “smart buildings.” Cloud-based, mobile first, and location-aware, Site 1001 helps building owners, operators and facilities managers improve whole building performance by delivering detailed operations and maintenance information on every building component, from the major mechanical and electrical systems down to wall and floor finishes, when and where it’s needed. Site 1001’s AI technology continuously monitors building operations to anticipate maintenance needs and can both notify personnel as well as automatically interact with building systems to correct issues. Site 1001 makes it simple to improve efficiency, slash maintenance costs, and extend equipment lifecycles without increasing personnel requirements or workloads.

The company is based in Kansas City, Missouri, has offices in Southern California, and Raleigh, North Carolina, and operates a research and development lab in Bend, Oregon. For more information, visit http://www.site1001.com on the web, email info(at)site1001.com, or call +1 (949) 276-6300.

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