Soil Connect Boosts Flexibility with Custom eTickets and Increases Collaboration with Autodesk Construction Cloud Integration

New York, N.Y., March 30, 2023

Soil Connect — the premier digital marketplace connecting suppliers and buyers of soil, aggregates and other building materials, is proud to announce the launch of its latest enhancement, Custom eTickets to its popular load tracking platform, eTickets. This release also includes a new integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud®️, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builder’s network and predictive insights for construction teams.

The new Custom eTickets feature empowers users to effortlessly create tickets that capture the essential information about a given load, on an as-needed basis. This new capability streamlines the process and eliminates the need for additional time and resources, enabling customers to work more efficiently.

“At Soil Connect, we understand the unpredictable nature of the construction industry and are committed to providing our users with the tools they need to succeed. That’s why we added Custom eTickets to our load tracking platform – to meet the growing demand for on-site flexibility.” said Cliff Fetner, Founder & CEO of Soil Connect.

The new Autodesk Construction Cloud (ACC) integration further boosts collaboration and efficiency, allowing users to access the Soil Connect Marketplace and eTickets products directly from their Autodesk BuildÒ Insight or BIM 360Ò Project Home dashboard .

“We are thrilled to introduce the new Custom eTickets and Autodesk Construction Cloud integration, which will help our users collaborate more effectively, increase their flexibility and ultimately improve their bottom line,” added Fetner.

“Access to up-to-date data is critical for efficient site workflows and operations,” said James Cook, director, partner integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “SaaS marketplaces such as Soil Connect allow project managers to optimize site workflows by facilitating real-time visibility and transparency into material supply, demand, and transportation. Embedding detailed material and supply information from Soil Connect alongside key construction data in Autodesk Construction Cloud further improves site operations by ensuring all team members have access to the right data at the right time.”

Soil Connect continues to lead the way in innovation and digital transformation in the construction industry, and these new enhancements are a testament to their commitment to their customers’ success.

For more information on the Soil Connect digital marketplace, eTickets, eRegulatory and its expanding suite of services, visit


About Soil Connect
Soil Connect is the first and only institutionally backed digital marketplace focused on the soil and aggregates industry. The platform was created to solve the high costs and inefficiencies associated with the transport and management of soil, aggregates and other materials. Founded by third-generation builder and developer Cliff Fetner, the platform connects those who have soil, aggregates and other building materials with those who need it. The marketplace offers a seamless and streamlined solution for excavators, contractors, developers, landscapers and other building professionals to network and transact with one another while saving time and money and positively impacting the environment.

eTickets is a contactless, easy-to-use e-ticketing platform designed to eliminate the use of paper tickets and allow users to easily capture customer information, type of truck, destination, pictures, eSignatures, type of material, load count and more. eTickets provides a better ticket management solution for any industry that hauls and manages loads. Eliminating the human error associated with traditional paper tickets and ultimately helping contractors get paid faster. More information is available at

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