Tag Archive: France

Jun 30 2017

think project! raises French profile

think project! rebrands French subsidiary hoping to accelerate expansion in Europe. Lascom AEC, the Paris, France-based provider of PLM (project and plant lifecycle management) acquired by the Munich, Germany-based construction collaboration Software-as-a-Service technology provider think project! Group in September 2015 is being rebranded to think project! France. The move will strengthen the think project! brand and, the …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/06/think-project-raises-french-profile/

Jun 29 2017

A mobile Site Diary – at a price!

Script&Go

Script and Go’s Site Diary complements a mobile-first construction project management application but the suite is not competitively priced compared to others. Since the 2007 advent of smartphones and the later launch of tablet products, the number of mobile applications designed for construction has grown and grown. I have seen numerous apps for snagging / punchlists …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2017/06/a-mobile-site-diary-at-a-price/

Sep 27 2016

Finalcad raises €20m Series B funding

Jimmy Louchart

Showing once again that there is a lot of investor interest in mobile-oriented construction collaboration platforms, Paris-based Finalcad has announced that is has secured €20m (US$22.4m or £17.25m) Series B funding to help finance its international development ambitions. FinalCad was established in France in 2011 and started to grew domestically following adoption by several major clients, …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2016/09/finalcad-raises-e20m-series-b-funding/

Mar 15 2016

Finalcad – from BI to BIM

Finalcad BIM structural

France-based Finalcad is helping French construction benchmark its quality performance, and building its BIM capabilities. Last week’s Ecobuild exhibition in London gave me chance to catch up with Paris-based Finalcad, developer of a mobile-first construction quality management application. Readers may recall that I talked to the business’s Baptiste Joyeaux in the summer of 2015 (see Finalcad expands beyond …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2016/03/finalcad-from-bi-to-bim/

Sep 17 2015

Think Project! targets France

Lascom logo

Germany’s AEC SaaS leader think project! expands into the French collaboration market, acquiring a majority stake in PLM specialist Lascom AEC. Munich, Germany-based construction collaboration Software-as-a-Service technology provider think project! has acquired a 60% stake (deal value not disclosed) in Lascom AEC – said to be France’s market leader in product lifecycle management (PLM) and cross-enterprise collaboration (CEC). …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2015/09/think-project-targets-france/

May 22 2014

CADBeam eyes mobile construction, adds scheduling

cadbeam logo

London-based, but French-accented, CADBEAM has a mobile-first approach that embraces construction programme management. The London tech startup community is internationally renowned and when Paris-based CADBEAM won a UK Trade & Industry entrepreneur competition providing funding to further develop its web and mobile construction technology, its two principles, engineers Laurent Biancardini and Alex Spieser had little hesitation in …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/05/cadbeam-eyes-mobile-construction-adds-scheduling/

May 01 2014

Conject fleshes out its mobile defects offering

European SaaS collaboration and infrastructure lifecycle management vendor Conject presented its construction mobile defects management solution to London audiences today. Some four months after acquiring Paris, France-based mobile AEC software developer Wapp6, Munich- and Woking-based Conject presented its defects management solution, OPR6, to audiences attending two seminars at London’s Thames-side National Theatre this morning. The events …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/05/conject-fleshes-out-its-mobile-defects-offering/

Apr 10 2014

Conject Group revenues reach €20M

Steve Cooper

Germany’s ILM SaaS specialist Conject Group grows revenues 14% in 2013 to reach €20M (£16.6m) milestone. Munich, Germany-based SaaS construction and real estate software vendor Conject has announced that it grew its revenues 14% to €20 million [£16.6m or $27.6m] in 2013. It also achieved some €25 million [£21m or $34m] in new orders. New …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/04/conject-group-revenues-reach-e20m/

Jan 27 2014

Conject acquires AEC mobile specialist, Wapp6

Conject Mobile defects reporting

SaaS construction collaboration provider Conject acquires Paris-based mobile AEC app developer, Wapp6. The Anglo-German SaaS construction collaboration technology provider Conject has acquired a French mobile software specialist Wapp6, based in Paris, allowing it to extend its capabilities to include dedicated inspection and defects management via iPad, Android and Windows mobile platforms. No value for the deal has …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/01/conject-acquires-aec-mobile-specialist-wapp6/

Apr 11 2013

Idox acquires Artesys to grow McLaren EDMS operation

Artesys logo

Idox Group, the parent company of engineering document control and construction collaboration and CAFM business McLaren Software, has today announced the £2m (€2.4m) acquisition of French engineering document management (EDMS) specialists Artesys International. Founded in 2000, based in Rennes, Artesys provides engineering document control solutions and applications supporting the efficient and safe operation of processing …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2013/04/idox-acquires-artesys-to-grow-mclaren-edms-operation/

Older posts «

Fetch more items