PlanIT Impact in the news: – KC Digital Drive: Kansas City companies win 3 of 21 gigabit app awards so far – Two Kansas City startups each recently earned $10,000 awards through a program promoting gigabit app development in the metro. Continue Reading

SaaS specialist Craig Hughey to be PI President / Product Development –  …Joining PlanIT Impact in January earlier this year, Continue Reading

Welcome Newest PI team member David Scheer –  …We are pleased to introduce PI’s new CTO Continue Reading

TechweekKC – PlanIT Impact is a BIG Winner …PlanIT Impact wins big at TechweekKC’s pitch event. PlanIT was one of eight out of 400+ applicants to win. Continue Reading

PurePitch – Business leaders unite to support entrepreneurs during pitch rally …PlanIT Impact Competes and comes away a winner in a shark tank style pitch with investors and industry leaders. Continue Reading

Business Journal – 2017 Women Who Mean Business: Dominique Davison …PlanIT Impacts own talks about life as an architect and entrepreneur. Continue Reading

American City & County –Open data must “lean in” for smart city growth …the open data movement can bridge the gap between performance planning, cost justification and desired outcomes for builders and designers. Continue Reading

Building Enclosures – New Tools Make Sustainability Affordable and Achievable
The proof is clear that higher quality construction provides dividends to building owners. So why is it still such a challenge? Continue Reading

Building Design and Construction – A new app brings precision to designing a building for higher performance 
Buildings create nearly half of the greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. And AEC firms are challenged to accurately calculate how their designs will impact the performance of a building before construction or renovation begins. Continue Reading

Construction Dive – PlanIT Impact launches cloud-based building-performance assessment tool 
Initiatives like PlanIT Impact’s take the practice a step further by incorporating public data sets that can help teams more fully assess the environmental and economic impact of a building or development. Continue Reading

GovTech – Data Visualization is the Future of Information Sharing
By creating easily accessible visual representations of data and building interactive models, engagement in infrastructure planning and disaster preparedness increases exponentially. Continue Reading

GovTech – Cool Cities Rely on Technology, Smart Cities Rely on Data
Through Davison’s PlanIT Impact online tool, cities can compare municipal data with hundreds of federal data sets to make the best decisions on city planning and design. Continue Reading[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section]