From a modest beginning to international presence and a fast-growing team, Mastt has a lot to celebrate this year.
Customers are at the heart of what we do at Mastt. We are proud to have witnessed many more Australian and overseas PM teams trust our system to deliver their projects. In 2021, we reached 50+ clients, $25bn+ worth of projects and ticking off Education, Retail, Real Estate and Transportation as industries that we’re helping build capital & infrastructure projects for.
We love to mention our hiring spree this year (we know we’ve been talking about it a lot!) as our people are critical to the company’s success. Mastt went from 3 to over 40 staff in only 10 months. Although the mid-year lockdown halted all our physical interactions, we managed to maintain our operations virtually via online meetings and Slack. During lockdowns (hello Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra & most of eastern Australia!), we also started bunch of initiatives to maintain the strong bonds among the team such as weekly virtual workouts (Man Up with Mansor), foreign language classes and virtual drinks. In the final quarter we were excited to welcome our new CTO, David Jablonski, aboard. David is a technology leader with an impressive career working in global companies and startups.
Our system has seen major improvements. One particular focus was increasing the performance of claims page including the new grouping functionality, which is now saving our clients hours of work each month entering and updating claims. We have also made improvements to reporting on the dashboards, especially schedule and portfolio dashboard.
We’re proud that all of the above efforts resulted in customers’ smiles. We have received some lovely words from our users:
"I have used the Mastt risk module on my recent projects with great success. It's interactive and a welcome change from traditional spreadsheets.” - Barton Johns, Project Director, Jacobs.
Mastt successfully raised $2.2M in a round led by Artesian and Significant Capital Ventures, together with Investible, Aconex founders Rob Phillpot and Leigh Jasper, and former CIO of Lendlease, Bob Hennessy.
First quarterly team activity. Paddle board team racing at Watsons Bay on a sunny Friday afternoon.
Mastt organised a weekly group work out called "Man Up with (Michael) Mansor" to keep our people active during lockdown. Say "Ommmmmm".
Mastt was excited to be selected as one of 12 emerging technology companies to participate in the RealTechX Singapore innovation program. RealTechX offered us opportunities to engage with its network of leading real estate institutions, including PGIM Real Estate, Mitsubishi Corporation, Nomura Real Estate Development, Verizon, CapitaLand's Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab, and International Towers as well as Enterprise Singapore and Taronga Ventures.
Mastt launched a US office to help serve our US based customers.
Team Mastt raised $5,623 for sick kids as part of Starlight's Go Big challenge. Some went bigger than others, such as our Product Manager Nick Wodzinski who smashed out nearly 500km to raise funds (his goal was only 75kms).
Mastt was named among Top 50 ConTech Startups of 2021 by the global industry leader CEMEX Ventures! The selection features this year’s top 50 solutions from the construction technology ecosystem from around the world, and the most promising for 2022.
Mastt at the ADM Defence Estate & Base Services Summit in Canberra. We were proud to be supporting Defence Capability in improving the way Capital Projects are delivered.
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If you are managing Defence capital projects in Mastt, you can now easily export the PMCA payment claim in PDF format within seconds. Getting claims paid from your clients has never been faster and easier.
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