Our History

Experienced Team

The principals of inBuilding® were pioneers in delivering high speed solutions. They previously started a company to provide high-speed Internet access for multi-tenant office buildings, which grew to have access agreements for approximately 5,000 office buildings and connected 750+ buildings across the country.

Today’s Insights

Today, Internet and technology solutions, such as productivity software for word processing, financial spreadsheets and presentations, are critical to a business.  Yet companies are finding it harder and harder to hire and retain technology people.  For small and medium sized businesses, it’s even harder.  They are not sure who to turn to for help or even the questions to ask.

Plus the way services and solutions are obtained today is highly fractured, disorganized and disjointed, which impedes small and mid-sized businesses from getting the same level of services and prices that large enterprise customers enjoy and relegates their bargaining power to only one user, instead of community buying power.

New Approach

inBuilding works with building owners and managers to build value for their buildings, and for tenants to have fast, easy and cost effective access to a valuable suite of IT products and  services.  Access to telecommunication services have been ranked as just below rate, parking and location as the most critical issue for tenants, and inBuilding is there to bring tenants enterprise class services with savings which lowers their Total Cost of Occupancy.  inBuilding does the “leg work” for owner, managers and tenants and delivers solutions al la carte or as an integrated package.

inBuilding also licenses the name inSmart® to its building owner clients.  inSmart reflects integrated information technology which is enabled for companies.  “Smart Buildings” often refers to energy savings by taking advantage of improved technology.  inSmart building increases productivity and lowers total cost of occupancy for tenants.  inSmart provides access to reliable Internet and telecommunication services, which according to one survey office workers rank #as their top factor in selective office space, even above location, transportation and building amenities.