“… developed from the ground up by former Hong Kong Construction industry professionals for the local industry. With a simple English and Chinese interface, ISO 9000 friendly design, and minimal training and support requirements, iConstruction brings real benefits from the first few months of operation, and straightforward licensing options for companies of all sizes to adopt.”
So claims the simple website of iConstruction (just four pages if you include the terms and conditions and the contact page, and some YouTube tutorial videos). The solution – “Simple, affordable web-based document control for the Hong Kong and Asian construction industry” – is apparently available as either a hosted or an in-house solution, and is available “from as little as HK$1,000 per month” (about £79/month).
So, just as the UK has some low cost construction document-sharing solutions, so – it appears – do other markets.