Paul Wilkinson

Author's details

Name: Paul Wilkinson
Date registered: 6 April 2011

Biography

Paul Wilkinson runs a specialist consultancy business, pwcom.co.uk Ltd. It provides integrated PR and marketing services to clients drawn predominantly from the construction and technology sectors. It also undertakes research and consultancy work on construction collaboration technologies (aka 'project extranets') and related tools (BIM, mobile, etc). See his Google+ profile.

Latest posts

  1. RIB revamps iTWOcx — 18 August 2017
  2. Asite (briefly) excited about Australia — 17 August 2017
  3. Extranet Evolution outage — 17 August 2017
  4. Idox launches mobile Building Control app — 8 August 2017
  5. 24OnOff makes time management mobile — 8 August 2017

Most commented posts

  1. First, Hitler. Next, serial killer t-shirts… — 26 comments
  2. Aconex chairman in Hitler t-shirt row — 22 comments
  3. Aconex acquires Conject — 21 comments
  4. Aconex restructuring — 17 comments
  5. 16 reasons why nobody yet dominates the construction SaaS collaboration sector — 17 comments

Author's posts listings

Aug 18 2017

RIB revamps iTWOcx

RIB’s cloud-based construction collaboration platform has been updated, with its SaaS operations contributing about 13% of total group revenues. In a previous post, I mentioned RIB‘s iTWOcx (the product formerly known as Australia’s ProjectCentre – acquired by Germany’s RIB in October 2012). A new release of the cloud-based platform was recently launched, with the business …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/rib-revamps-itwocx/

Aug 17 2017

Asite (briefly) excited about Australia

Since the mid-2000s, the Australian SaaS construction collaboration market has been led by Aconex, but rivals are queuing up to chip away at its domestic dominance. On 22 June, I noted how London, UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology provider Asite was pumping out a stream of news announcements – its G-Cloud, Redrow and Imtech announcements …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/12048/

Aug 17 2017

Extranet Evolution outage

On 12 August, during a server migration by my website host, a database got corrupted and “Extranet Evolution” disappeared, as did my company site. I was initially unaware of this, due to my attention being focused elsewhere (see below). However, the fault was identified and rectified yesterday. Apologies for any inconvenience. During 2016, my father’s …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/extranet-evolution-outage/

Aug 08 2017

Idox launches mobile Building Control app

In January 2017, Reading, Berkshire, UK-based Idox, parent company of engineering document management software provider McLaren Software, launched a new mobile app, OnSite, which it claimed was the first of its kind, giving building control officers (professionals responsible for enforcement of building regulations in the UK) remote access to documents and information. Users of the app (Apple iOS …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/idox-launches-mobile-building-control-app/

Aug 08 2017

24OnOff makes time management mobile

Start-up 24onoff has announced the UK launch of a new project management app for web and smartphones (Apple iOS and Android), helping digitise everyday paper-based tasks such as creating timesheets and invoices, as well as tracking man hours and managing documents (read this BIM+ article). 24onoff was originally launched in Scandinavia by the Heimdal, Trondheim, Norway-based founders …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/24onoff-makes-project-management-mobile/

Jul 27 2017

Collaboration tech people moves

In a sector like Software-as-a-Service where it is often the quality of the management that matters just as much as the technology they provide, it is useful to keep track of moves between, into and out of the main industry players. At Aconex, for example, the business has a new CFO, Paul Koppelman, who took over …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/07/collaboration-tech-people-moves/

Jul 26 2017

Asite launches BIM clash detection

As anticipated a month ago, London, UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has added clash detection (the recognition and inspection of an interference at the intersection of multiple objects within a 3D project model) to the tools in its Adoddle cBIM (collaborative Building Information Modelling) suite. According to the company’s news release, this function …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/07/asite-launches-bim-clash-detection/

Jul 20 2017

GroupBC revenues up 33%

Vendor turnover July 2017

Re-energised following its November 2014 MBO, UK construction collaboration vendor GroupBC is growing revenues and increasing profitability. Reading, UK-based GroupBC (previously known as Business Collaborator) is one of the longest-established SaaS construction collaboration technology providers in the UK. It started as part of the software solutions arm of the Enviros environmental consulting and software group …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/07/groupbc-revenues-up-33/

Jul 19 2017

Holobuilder launches 360 Construction Documentation Solution

Holobuilder logo

HoloBuilder is a San Francisco, US-based construction technology company that designs, develops, and sells enterprise SaaS software. Its core product offers reality capturing solutions for progress documentation and construction project management, using 360° imagery, computer vision and AI. HoloBuilder says its customers include 40% of the Top 100 General Contractors in the United States, while …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/07/holobuilder-launches-360-construction-documentation-solution/

Jul 10 2017

CMAP targets project accounting needs

CMAP logo

In a fragmented, SME-dominated, project-oriented industry like construction, there’s plenty of opportunities for SaaS vendors to help small businesses run their projects online. In my previous post, I had a first look at BuilderStorm, and mentioned how the financial capabilities of its platform might be attractive to SMEs looking for online ERP/accounting functionality. This puts this …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/07/cmap-targets-project-accounting-needs/

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