Tag Archive: FluidCM

Aug 01 2014

Avollio targets property asset managers

Elegantly designed to be easily intuitive to use, Avollio describes itself as an online property asset management and collaboration platform. It provides tools to: share, manage and improve properties to manage tenants, rentals and leased assets and coordinate building projects, and to collaborate with clients, colleagues, suppliers and contractors. In short, Avollio, created by a southwest …

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Jul 07 2014

FluidCM pushes free AEC mobile tools

Los Angeles, US-based FluidCM (Fluid Contract Manager), which I wrote about in October 2013, is releasing several free cloud-based tools allowing companies to sample its mobile-first, intuitive-to-use construction software. The FluidCM Free Tool Campaign allows contractors, project owners, and architecture and engineering teams to store up to 1GB of data with unlimited users. This will give cloud newcomers …

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Oct 19 2013

FieldLens: “the Facebook of construction”?

Some months ago, a structural engineer friend James Burt alerted me to FieldLens, and we had a long chat about this and related applications before the London launch of BIM4SMEs in April. FieldLens is the work of a New York based development team led by CEO Doug Chambers. It aims to put construction collaboration on …

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Oct 11 2013

Mobile-first approaches from FluidCM and GenieBelt

Mobile development no longer just focuses on particular processes. Two firms seek to offer complete construction collaboration capability built from the ground-up for mobile devices. I received an email today from Don Speedie of Nevada, US-based FluidCM.com,* who wanted to tell me more about Fluid Contract Manager, a mobile construction management application which is due …

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