It appears that defeat of a minority shareholder’s resolution to remove the Aconex chairman Martin Hosking at an EGM last month (post 1, post 2) hasn’t ended the discontent within the highest echelons of the Melbourne-based construction collaboration technology business. Questions have now been asked about the role of another member of the board, with …
Feb 17 2011
- AAR, Aconex, Allens Arthur Robinson, Americas, anonymous blog posts, Australian Securities & Investments Commission, BIW Technologies, Capital Raising, conflict of interest, Conject, construction collaboration technology, Dubai, EGM, FirmSpy, Francisco Partners, Frank Carron, fund-raising, global financial crisis, Hawthorn Glen, Legal Profession Complaints Committee, Leigh Jasper, M&A, Martin Hosking, Matthew Walsh, Melbourne, Michael Robinson, New South Wales, Office of the Legal Services Commissioner, Perth, Questions on Notice, Rob Phillpot, shareholders, Tim Lester, UK, Western Australia
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Jul 27 2010
- Filed under AEC, Business/Financial, Collaboration, Functionality, Marketing, People issues, SaaS, Vendors
27 July 2010
Yesterday I talked to Aconex‘s Dexter Bachelder (VP Americas) and Frank Carron (VP marketing) about a major deal that, for me, is a landmark in the adoption of web-based construction collaboration technologies. Australia-based vendor Aconex announced yesterday (see news release) that it had been selected to provide collaboration support services to the US$3.2 billion Panama …
- 4Projects, Aconex, ACP, Americas, Argentina, Asite, Australia, Belgium, BIW, CH2M Hill, CICP, collaboration, compliance, construction collaboration technologies, Constructora Urbana, cost control, Dexter Bachelder, document control, document-sharing, Dubai, Europe, Frank Carron, governance, Grupo Unidos por el Canal, Impregilo, information-sharing, integration, Italy, Jan de Nul Group, Microsoft, Middle East, MWH Global, Netherlands, north Africa, Oracle, Panama, Panama Canal, Panama Canal Authority, Primavera P6, Program Manager, project management, Rob Phillpot, RTD Denver, SaaS, Sacyr Vallehermoso, SharePoint, Software-as-a-Service, south-east Asia, Spain, Strait of Messina Bridge, UK, US, workflow
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