MSite Joins the Infobric Family

12th May 2021

Liverpool City Region’s MSite, the UK’s leading workforce management platform for the construction sector, has joined the Infobric Group.

construction worker on construction site at sunset

The combined entity will be able to service the construction industry with a diverse portfolio of technology solutions and across a wide geographic footprint, with offices in Sweden, Norway, Finland and the United Kingdom. MSite will continue to support its existing UK market, with increased capabilities and new products set to be introduced over the next 12 months.

The market for digital technology in construction is growing significantly, both domestically and internationally, as the sector seeks to drive improvements in productivity and safety. As digital adoption accelerates in the sector, there is an increasing recognition and expectation that sophisticated workforce management and operational technologies are essential to digital innovation. MSite and Infobrics’ combined knowledge and technology will enable this digital innovation in the construction industry.

Neil Norman, CEO at MSite said:

“MSite has trailblazed digital workforce management in the UK Construction space for 20 years, but our ambitions have always been to be a global company. By joining the Infobric family we have that opportunity to expand our reach whilst continuing to be at the forefront of the digital revolution underway in construction. I am incredibly proud and excited to take our team and MSite to the next stage of our journey.”

Dan Friberg, CEO at Infobric added:

“We have followed MSite for a long time and are incredibly happy that they are now joining Infobric Group. MSite has made a similar journey in the UK as we have done in the Nordics and has built an impressive customer base with large, international customers in the construction industry. Our combined service offerings make it possible to deliver even more value for our customers while at the same time positioning us more clearly as an international digitalisation partner.”

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12th May 2021