Greetings on behalf of Speedbrick Solutions!

According to a recent article published by Forbes, the construction industry is seeing a significant growth due to population increase and constant urbanization, resulting in the need to build homes and offices. Despite this, construction is said to be one of the least digitized industries in the world. The construction industry is about to get a complete makeover with the introduction of the Speedbrick management platform. Gone are the days where construction companies lose track of supply orders and payments as well as contractual documents. Speedbrick Solutions is here to make construction management easy, reliable and organized.
 

Established in Malaysia by co-founders, Teoh Pui Mun and Looi Ferng Yi,  Speedbrick Solutions is a cloud-based platform which aims to help contractors save time and money while maximizing productivity by efficiently organizing supply chain material as well as contract and progress claims. The system is easy-to-use and mobile friendly, not to mention safe and cost effective as compared to the existing system in the market.

 
To find out more, please find attached the press release together with a few images for your kind perusal. Kindly find below the photo captions of the attached image.
 
Image 1: (From left to right) – Loo Ferng Yi and Teoh Pui Mun aim to help contractors save time and money while maximizing productivity through Speedbrick integrated software.
 
We would love like to take this opportunity to pitch for a 121 interview opportunity for co-founder, Teoh Pui Mun, should you be interested.

 
Should you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Stephanie Yeoh at [email protected]  | 012 307-2016.

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