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. It came from out of Space: Warboard — 22 September 2017
  2. Bridgit adds mobile project insights — 18 September 2017
  3. Mobile-first Raken builds its niche — 12 September 2017
  4. More mobile AEC tools — 8 September 2017
  5. Simple mobile reporting via SiteReportPro — 23 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. 16 reasons why nobody yet dominates the construction SaaS collaboration sector — 17 comments
  5. neXadyne develops “world-first accredited training courses for document control” — 17 comments

Author's posts listings

Sep 22 2017

It came from out of Space: Warboard

Space Group’s Warboard offers BIM model issue management, potentially helping teams not using a more fully featured common data environment, CDE. Newcastle, UK-based architectural services business, Space Group (which includes Space Architects, consultancy BIM Technologies, and BIM object provider BIMstore.co.uk, and promotes the BIMShowLive events) has been developing its own cloud-based BIM collaboration software, called Warboard. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/09/it-came-from-out-of-space-warboard/

Sep 18 2017

Bridgit adds mobile project insights

Mallorie Brodie - Bridgit CEO

Canada’s Bridgit is now offering more detailed reporting capabilities to support its mobile construction solution users. Ontario, Canada-based mobile-first software developer Bridgit has been on my radar since August 2014 when, to support its core Closeout application, it started testing wearable technologies. Since then, its announcements have mainly related to funding and to core software …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/09/bridgit-adds-mobile-project-insights/

Sep 12 2017

Mobile-first Raken builds its niche

Raken logo

US-based Raken is one of a recent generation of mobile-first construction software developers seeking to automate manual onsite reporting and monitoring tasks, and says it differentiates itself by its deep niche functionality. Just over three years ago (August 2014), I visited FieldLens‘s New York headquarters and talked to one of the marketing team about their …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/09/mobile-first-raken-builds-its-niche/

Sep 08 2017

More mobile AEC tools

Trappco

The mobile construction app market continues to grow, with tools to complement desktop construction software, and low-cost form management apps for SMEs. Asta Site Progress Elecosoft’s Asta Powerproject competes in the same project management sector as Oracle’s Primavera and MS Project, but is specifically designed to support construction planners’ work. Primarily a desktop/laptop-based product, it …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/09/more-mobile-aec-tools/

Aug 23 2017

Simple mobile reporting via SiteReportPro

SiteReportPro

A very recent addition to the growing market for mobile site reporting apps is Site Report Pro, developed by Wilmslow, Cheshire, UK-based Pipe Flow Software (aka Daxesoft Ltd). First released on 4 July 2017, the app is currently only available for use on Apple iOS devices (iPhones and iPads), though the website says “support for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/simple-mobile-reporting-via-sitereportpro/

Aug 22 2017

Aconex continues 31% growth trend

Aconex share price 22Aug2017

Aconex continues to grow revenues, effectively doubling in two years. Two-thirds of its business now comes from outside Australasia. Melbourne, Australia-based Software-as-a-Service construction collaboration software vendor Aconex has announced its financial results for the year to 30 June 2017, reporting 31% revenue growth for the second year running (results were affected by exchange rates: at a constant currency, growth …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/08/aconex-continues-31-growth-trend/

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/

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