Australia-based construction collaboration technology vendor Incite is developing a lot of new and innovative functionality, and – having grown its business in south-east Asia – is, as I predicted last year, inching towards establishing a presence in Europe. My latest meeting (previous – post) with Michael Baker, Incite’s general manager (technology), included a first encounter …
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Nov 06 2010
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