Tag Archive: Bechtel

Jul 02 2015

Three enterprise deals boost Aconex

Aconex‘s bullish trading update last month has been followed by three major deal announcements from the Melbourne, Australia-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor, including a worldwide enterprise deal with Bechtel (25 June) an enterprise deal with Lendlease (30 June) which will see “the use of Aconex across Lendlease’s Building business in Australia and initially its major construction projects in Asia, while …

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Nov 01 2011

Aconex appoints new non-execs

Melbourne, Australia-based SaaS construction collaboration technology provider, Aconex has appointed two new non-executive directors to its board, and replaced a third (see news release). Former McKinsey managing partner Adam Lewis brings 20 years’ experience in advising major firms and governments, with a client portfolio including steel, mining, chemicals, retail, telecommunications and retail banking industries. He …

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Apr 28 2008

ViaNovus: a little background

Further to yesterday’s post on ViaNovus, here’s a little more background on the latest US company just acquired by Sword. Founded in about 1998 as the Paragon Company in California, the business was co-founded by Darrell Garrett and Arthur Bart-Williams, with backing from angel investor Michael Fields, of New Vista Capital (Bart-Williams later left the …

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Mar 09 2008

Investing in a dot.com/SaaS business: a history

In the late 1990s and into the first year or so of the 21st century, the dot.com boom say billions invested in new online ventures across great swathes of industry and commerce. The global architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry was no different. Millions were pumped into new start-ups by venture capitalists, business angels and …

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