How Data & SaaS Are Changing Construction feat. Jason Martschuk

Ep. 12 |
May 4, 2022

On our latest episode, Jason Martschuk talks about showing industry leaders the benefits of data-centric models, from gathering information at scale to extracting incredible insights to optimize project management and asset lifecycles. The whole episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to understand: What are the biggest problems facing AEC companies? And what makes or breaks SaaS or digital products for users?

Jason Martschuk is the Senior Vice President of Sales for ProStar GeoCorp and their flagship application PointMan—a precision utility mapping software application that pairs with GPS and electromagnetic hardware to capture, display, record and share subsurface data. Jason graduated from the University of Calgary with a degree in Geography (focus on GIS) with a minor in Computer Science. Since then, Jason has worked for Amec, a tier 1 EPC (now know as Wood PLC). From there he joined Hexagon/Intergraph and also spent a couple of years with Oracle’s Construction & Engineering Global Business Unit. Jason is also an avid hockey player (as are 3 of his 4 sons!)

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Co-hosts: David Horesh (Director of Marketing) and Ophir Wainer (Director of North American Business Development)

Just in case you missed it, in our previous podcast we had a fantastic talk with Dr. Ahmed Al-Bayati about the true story behind damage statistics.

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