More than 23,000 design professionals from 1,800 firms use SpecLink. The majority of these project managers, architects, and engineers work at mid-sized to large firms, which account for more than 80% of building work in America.
SpecLink is used to specify a wide range of commercial, industrial, and institutional projects. Thousands of project are created using SpecLink every year. Manufacturers are specified by name nearly 4 million times a year.
Integrate your products directly into more than 23,000 design professionals’ specification documents for inclusion in up to 50,000 commercial projects annually.
Rather than simply making your specification sections available for download (as a directory does), we add your product data to our master database. This allows design professionals to integrate the information seamlessly into their office master specifications.
Thousands of design professionals will see details, images and more important information about your company and products at the exact moment they’re specifying the type of products you make.
Getting listed in SpecLink gives you:
We require images, a product description, and a few other details to supplement the specification text that our writers create for you.
The entire process takes a matter of hours.
SpecLive is a user-friendly data dashboard that gives you total visibility into what’s happening in SpecLink.
The tracking tool makes it simple to analyze performance metrics for your own products, as well as those of your competitors—in real time.
The dashboard allows you to see specifications live as they’re being created, giving you immediate insight into product manufacturers that design professionals are and are not specifying.
This insight gives you the opportunity to influence decision-making.
SpecLive gives you immediate insight into when and where your building products have been specified—at the exact moment that it happens.
The data dashboard offers unprecedented transparency, visibility and real-time ROI.
Track projects from inception to bid, and understand exactly which firms are specifying products like yours.