Tag Archive: ILM

Jul 15 2015

Conject strengthens EVM capabilities

Conject enhances commercial management solution, enable dynamic financial forecasts for projects. Anglo-German SaaS construction collaboration technology provider – now positioning itself as an infrastructure lifecycle management (ILM) group – Conject has launched new financial management capabilities in its applications for commercial teams and asset owners. Director Nick Sansome says: Customers who use the existing cost management and …

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Jun 12 2015

Conject website upgrade

Conject, the Anglo-German provider of SaaS construction collaboration applications has revamped its website, placing an increased stress on infrastructure lifecycle management (ILM). The new website went live this week, announced in a 11 June news release proclaiming: “the launch of the new website reinforces the company’s unique commitment to supporting customers throughout the planning, construction, …

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Oct 09 2014

A BIM boom for SaaS collaboration vendors?

Will there be a BIM benefit for the SaaS collaboration vendors? Yes, but it will happen gradually both in the UK and internationally, and then grow bigger as more owners require ILM services. Within UK construction IT, building information modelling (BIM) is the hot topic. Even construction software businesses that previously thought it was irrelevant (I’ve …

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Jul 30 2014

RIB Software acquires Docia

Some 21 months after acquiring Australia’s ProjectCentre (post), Stuttgart, Germany-based RIB Software AG has announced it has acquired another Software-as-a-Service business: Denmark-based SaaS construction collaboration technology provider Docia (aka Byggeweb) – a company I first profiled in May 2011. I understand the deal value (including earn-out) is almost €20m, and the acquisition will potentially expand RIB’s reach across Scandinavia …

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Apr 10 2014

Conject Group revenues reach €20M

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 …

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Jan 31 2014

Asite gearing up to launch Adoddle 17

Double digit revenue growth and a ‘game-changing’ software release on 17 March are making SaaS vendor Asite excited about the future. London, UK-based construction collaboration and e-procurement technology developer Asite is gearing up for a major launch of its new release, Adoddle 17, on 17 March 2014 (St Patrick’s Day; Asite CEO Tony Ryan is …

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Jan 23 2013

Conject “to grow 15-20 per cent” claims CEO

Conject did lose ground to 4Projects in the UK in a “flat” 2011, Conject group CEO Colin Smith admitted to me on Friday, but the firm is now more competitive, he said, having just enjoyed a “monster December” to round off 2012. This admission followed my blog posts about its UK performance and that of …

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Dec 16 2010

BIW acquired by Conject

BIW, the UK market leader in SaaS construction collaboration, has been acquired by German FM software specialist Conject in a VC-backed deal, creating two complementary sister companies under a joint board. In a landmark deal between two of Europe’s leading vendors of built environment-related Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), UK-based construction collaboration technology provider BIW Technologies* has been …

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Nov 20 2009

The conject interview

Having recently received a comment from Chris Brandt, CTO at conject, I thought it was high time that I took a more detailed look at this construction and real estate collaboration vendor. Based in Munich, Germany, but with operations across most of Europe, conject has gradually been expanding its international reach beyond Europe. It has …

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