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LaborChart Business Update: 2021 Year in Review

2021 was a year of growth and change for everyone — and LaborChart’s year has been no exception. As we rounded out the year, it was important to look back on what was an exciting and rewarding time. Like workforce management, learning from our past and making appropriate adjustments will help us gear up for 2022 and find continued success in the new year. 

Workforce Management on the Road

From Las Vegas and Denver to Boston and beyond, our team has enjoyed sharing workforce management with contractors, big, small, near and far. With the return of in-person tradeshows, we were able to reconnect with current customers and meet new contractors that span from coast to coast. Together, we chatted about the highs and lows of construction and how having the right person at the right place at the right time can help them find success and create the right plan. 

In November, LaborChart also hosted the Workforce Management Summit in Kansas City, Mo., where attendees heard and shared workforce management stories and best practices before enjoying the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory at Arrowhead Stadium.

Ben Schultz, LaborChart CEO says, “Our team, our culture and our enthusiasm for workforce management made for a great 2021. I’m eager to see what 2022 holds for LaborChart as we move forward in the coming year.”

LaborChart Recognition

LaborChart was honored to be named one of The Top Construction Technology Firms by Construction Executive Magazine in September. Our engineering team has worked tirelessly to constantly evolve our platform this year, and will continue to do so moving forward. Platform updates in 2021 included a number of enhancements including an improved navigation layout, in-line and batch editing, saved views and many more. 

To us, the most important accomplishments are those of our customers and we love hearing about their workforce management success stories. This year, we had the chance to meet several of our customers, both in our backyard and across the globe. We heard their pain points, learned about their businesses and collectively smiled when talking about the benefits of workforce management and how much it helped their business take care of its most important asset — their people. 

The Acquisition

To round out an exciting year, we announced on October 22 that LaborChart was acquired by Procore. Since joining the Procore family, we’ve been working on continuing to bring workforce management to contractors around the world and sharing in Procore’s vision to improve the lives of everyone in construction. 2022 is going to be an exciting year for our team as we look to grow, innovate and break down the fragmented barriers contractors face to ensure they have the right tools and knowledge to practice workforce management in a streamlined and efficient way.

To our customers, we thank you for your support and business. We look forward to continuing to serve you in the new year and helping you get the right person at the right place at the right time.  

Watch our end of year video recap to get a glimpse of where we've been in 2021 and the incredible people that work at LaborChart.

Here’s to continued progress in 2022.


Ben Schultz, LaborChart CEO

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