Raken is a web and mobile reporting, compliance, and project visibility application for the construction industry. Mobile apps are targeted toward superintendents and job foremen, whereas web apps provide overall project visibility to project managers and project engineers to view updates from the job site in real time, including safety and delay notifications via text message and email. Raken also offers integrations with project management software and cloud providers such as Procore, Prolog, Egnyte, Box, and more to help keep all project documentation in one place. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Carlsbad, California.
Expert Collections containing Raken
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
Raken is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Construction Tech.
Companies in the construction tech space, including additive manufacturing, construction management software, reality capture, autonomous heavy equipment, prefabricated buildings, and more
Job Site Tech
Companies in the job site tech space, including technologies to improve industries such as construction, mining, process engineering, forestry, and fieldwork
Latest Raken News
Sep 2, 2022
From safety to project management, construction software streamlines tedious processes, saving contractors time and money. Published Sept. 2, 2022 EarthCam's live-stream video feeds now integrate into Raken’s construction management platform. Permission granted by Earthcam Software isn’t the flashiest or highest-profile example of construction technology, but it’s certainly the most used. Programs that do everything from inspecting a jobsite to streamlining payroll are on the market, and contractors large and small use them to make work easier. Here are five recent announcements from software makers about new products or updates to existing products that are designed to smooth out construction for contractors: Sage San Jose, California-based software firm Sage announced Aug. 10 that one of its products, the mobile construction management app Sage Intacct Construction, now supports cloud-based accounting product Sage Field Operations. Sage brands itself as a company that creates accounting, financial, HR and payroll technology for small and medium-sized businesses. With this integration, the company will simplify service operations and reduce the time to invoice, improve communication between office and field staff, integrate workflows and critical information and more. EarthCam Upper Saddle River, New Jersey-based webcam technology company EarthCam announced Aug. 23 its live-stream video feeds integrate into San Diego, California-based construction software firm Raken’s construction management platform. EarthCam intends to fit into Raken’s platform by providing 24/7 continuous footage for insights into the safety and security of the project, according to the company. Additionally, users will be able to access panorama footage, historical timelines and more. Augmenta Toronto-based software firm Augmenta released the first generative design module for its software product, Augmenta Construction Platform, on Aug. 23 . The product, called the Electric Design Module, lets electrical contractors and engineers estimate and create fully constructible, code-compliant electrical raceway designs faster by automating the process, according to the company. Doing so eliminates double entry and provides the ability to evaluate multiple design options against cost, construction time and maintainability, the company claims, on top of making the designs more efficient. Leica Geosystems Switzerland-based geographic surveying and management software company Leica Geosystems released its new safety awareness module in the company’s cloud-based collaboration platform Leica ConX, the company announced on Aug. 23 . The company’s previously released safety solution addressed the need to immediately warn on- and off-machine field personnel of potential collisions between themselves, other machines and people. The new module now allows workers to review incidents and assess the entire operation over time and space, according to the company. Eaton Dublin-based power management solution company Eaton revealed a new platform that’s intended to target construction digitization, the company announced on Aug. 25 . The new platform is called the Eaton Project Center. The software, according to the company’s product page , will allow simple drawing tools in the app, and access to BIM collaboration and detailed order and shipping information. The goal of the software is to provide a single location for design, construction and commissioning, with real-time information for all steps of the construction process, according to the company.
Raken Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Raken founded?
Raken was founded in 2014.
Where is Raken's headquarters?
Raken's headquarters is located at 5600 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad.
What is Raken's latest funding round?
Raken's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Raken raise?
Raken raised a total of $22.7M.
Who are the investors of Raken?
Investors of Raken include Eniac Ventures, Rincon Venture Partners, Spider Capital Partners, Tao Capital Partners and U.S. Venture Partners.
Who are Raken's competitors?
Competitors of Raken include Rhumbix and 5 more.
Compare Raken to Competitors
HammerTech is a company that focuses on providing advanced construction safety software and compliance solutions. The company offers a cloud-based platform that enables operational efficiency, quality, and safety in the construction industry. Its main services include online enrollment and orientations, safety inspections, contractor management, equipment management, incident and injury management, and reporting. The company primarily sells to the construction industry. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Richmond, Victoria.
Assignar provides operational management, control, and visibility for construction sub-contractors and general contractors with field-based employees and heavy equipment. It eliminates paperwork and bottlenecks and reduces liability. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Denver, Colorado.
ExakTime is a company that focuses on time tracking and payroll reporting, primarily in the construction and field services industries. The company offers a range of services including employee time tracking, location tracking, payroll synchronization, and advanced analytics for better workforce management. Their primary customers are construction companies, contractors, and field service businesses. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Agoura Hills, California.
Clockify is a company that focuses on time and cost tracking, project and task management, and team communication and collaboration. The company offers a time tracker and timesheet software that allows users to track work hours across projects, manage team members and roles, and analyze and export tracked time. It primarily serves sectors that require time management and tracking, such as the freelance industry, consulting, and construction. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Palo Alto, California.
ezClocker is a simple to use time tracking and scheduling software for small businesses. Employees can clock in and out using their mobile device and employers can verify the location by using the GPS feature of the application.
GoContractor is a company that focuses on providing construction onboarding software, operating within the construction and software industries. The company offers a platform that automates worker registration, safety training, and compliance, aiming to improve safety, reduce risk, and save time and money for its users. GoContractor primarily serves the construction industry, with its main customers being general contractors, construction crews, and safety professionals. GoContractor was formerly known as Initiafy. It was founded in 2012 and is based in Dublin, Ireland.