Clear signals finally emerge amidst hazy hyperactivity in the building IT space

Over the past two years, the building IT arena has seen a dramatic influx of startups vying for adoption in a very fragmented sector. However, the scope of technologies on offer, fortunately or unfortunately, is much narrower than the assortment of developers. The majority of startup companies is fo...

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