Builder Prime Series A Financing Led by Blueprint Equity

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Builder Prime, an all-in-one CRM, estimating, and project management platform for home improvement contractors, has announced the completion of its Series A funding round led by Blueprint Equity. Existing investor TinySeed also participated in the round. Sheldon Lewis, Managing Partner at Blueprint Equity, will join the Board of Directors as part of the investment.

The partnership with Blueprint Equity was a natural fit for Builder Prime due to the firm’s experience in the construction-tech industry. Jonathan Weinberg, Founder and CEO of Builder Prime, expressed his admiration for Blueprint’s industry knowledge and highlighted the potential benefits of leveraging their go-to-market expertise. The funding will be utilized to drive growth, enhance product functionality, and expand the company’s customer support team.

Builder Prime aims to provide a comprehensive platform that offers all the essential features specialty trade contractors require to manage their businesses efficiently. By offering a single, user-friendly solution, Builder Prime eliminates the need for multiple expensive software tools. The company’s focus is on serving specialized home improvement contractors who have been underserved by existing software solutions in the market.

Blueprint Equity recognizes the significant presence of specialized home improvement contractors in the residential construction industry and identifies Builder Prime’s platform as a much-needed modern software solution for this market segment. The partnership with Builder Prime aligns with Blueprint Equity’s goal of providing best-in-class software to specialty trade contractors.

The Series A funding will enable Builder Prime to accelerate its growth, enhance the functionality of its product, and strengthen its support for clients, ensuring that specialty trade contractors have access to the necessary tools and support to run their businesses effectively.

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