Tag: BIW Technologies

Jan 27 2012

kykloud targets asset management with SaaS and apps

kykloud is a very polished new SaaS platform with mobile apps, targetted at asset owners and managers I first heard of North Shields, UK-based kykloud via Twitter last year and had been waiting for it to launch for some months, intrigued by its mention of Software-as-a-Service based life-cycle cost management and by the combination of …

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Jan 24 2012

BIW launch business intelligence module

According to its latest news release, Woking, Surrey, UK-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor, BIW Technologies has launched a new business intelligence (BI) module that it says provides advanced business analysis and reporting capabilities from data across processes, documents, cost and budgets and compliance data/transactions. A second module provides quality, health and safety and environmental …

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Dec 20 2011

4Projects has a flat year

In “tough” trading conditions, 4Projects’ revenues slipped slightly in the year to 31 March 2011, while profits – though positive – fell 35% as the company looked to invest for future growth. The latest financial statements from Sunderland, UK-based construction collaboration technology vendor 4Projects will be submitted to Companies House shortly. However, I got an …

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Dec 16 2011

BIW still hampered by tough market conditions

In its final year as an independent business, Woking, UK-based construction collaboration technology provider BIW Technologies continued to be affected by the effects of the global financial crisis on the wider construction industry. Its latest annual report and accounts, for the 15 months to 31 December 2010, show a turnover of £6.59m (up from £5.934m …

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Dec 06 2011

Aconex certified to ISO27001

An Aconex news release popped up in my Google Alerts, announcing that the Australia-based construction collaboration technology provider has achieved ISO27001 certification – the highest international standard for information security management – for its operations in Australia. This achievement puts Aconex on a par with other vendors who have achieved ISO27001 accreditation, including early movers UK-based …

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Sep 19 2011

Five PR updates from UK AEC collaboration vendors

More US repro tie-ups for Asite London-based software-as-a-service construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has just announced a relationships with three more reprographic service providers in the United States. Following its earlier tie-up with the ReproMAX marketing network (see post), it is now reaching out to AEC professionals via LINK Document Services Group, Thomas Reprographics and NRI (the …

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Jul 14 2011

UK construction SaaS vendors continue to battle for contract admin customers

Since I ventured that contract administration would be the new battleground for construction collaboration technology providers, I have watched the various SaaS vendors try to outdo each other with their marketing and PR efforts, particularly regarding the NEC contract suite. The appointment of two NEC licensed content providers in late 2010 saw both firms ramp …

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Jun 22 2011

conject AG appoints Cesar Flores as CEO

Cesar Flores

conject AG, the Munich, Germany-based infrastructure lifecycle management technology business, has appointed Cesar Flores as its new CEO. Flores replaces conject founder Martin Reents, who is leaving after 11 years with the group to pursue new business interests. Cesar Flores has led conject’s new business development activities in Germany, Poland, Switzerland and Italy, he was responsible for several …

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Mar 07 2011

Who sits at the Sword CTSpace table?

The latest Sword-CTSpace news release concerns an integration between the company’s on-premise FusionEnterprise platform and ECM systems EMC Documentum and Microsoft SharePoint 10 (somewhat confusingly, Sword-CTSpace talks about Engineering Content Management, as opposed to Enterprise Content Management, a term much used by other firms and industry analysts). I only mention this as the news release …

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Feb 28 2011

Another NEC3 SaaS application: CMToolkit

Online management of NEC contract processes features prominently on the agenda of next month’s document and knowledge management conference in London (which I am chairing – post), with SaaS vendors 4Projects and Sypro both listed as talking about contract administration. The event is timely too, insofar as it comes just weeks after NEC publisher Thomas …

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