Kykloud’s mobile building surveying software and asset management products were named one of the UK’s Top 50 most disruptive products due to the huge impact its technology has had in transforming the traditional surveying and construction industries.
Whilst we are well aware of the positive impact that Kykloud is having on the traditional surveying process in terms of time savings and efficiencies, it’s always great to receive acknowledgement from such credible sources from outside of the industry and to be hailed as a positive disruptor in our field by a panel of expert the judges.
Russell Gould, managing director at Everline, said:
“KyKloud is disrupting the construction and surveying industries by creating a mobile tool that allows surveyors to collect masses of important, time-saving information that they can apply in their planning.”
Real Business created the Future 50 project in 2011 to shine a spotlight on early-stage companies that see the future in a new way. Now in its third year these awards have evolved to recognise companies that challenge the norms and traditional thinking in their field.
Hundreds of nominations were whittled down to the final list by a panelist of expert judges including: professor Julian Beer, pro-vice chancellor (regional enterprise) at Plymouth University; serial technology entrepreneur Shakil Khan; Anthony Eskinazi, founder and chairman of Parkatmyhouse; Darren Westlake, CEO of CrowdCube; Cate Trotter, founder of Insider Trends; Matthew Rock, previous editor of Real Business and Russell Gould, managing director, Everline.
Amy Carroll, Group Editor at Real Business said:
“This year, our mission to identify the UK’s 50 most disruptive early-stage businesses has resulted in uncovering a host of companies that we’re confident will feature strongly in the UK business landscape for years to come.”