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Aug 10 2012

Does Social Media Belong in CAD Applications?

Via the excellent TenLinks newsletter, I found this Cadalyst article by Robert Green on social media in the CAD workplace. Robert admits he is not a big fan of social media in the workplace: I do see some value in it for CAD managers, as long as it is used judiciously. However, I foresee nothing …

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Jul 30 2012

From Asite to Adoddle

London-based Software-as-a-Service construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has a completely new website and has also renamed its platform Adoddle. A hand-drawn cartoon character resembling (to me) a cross between a light-bulb and a rocket is used to personify and represent the offering (previously branded simply Asite). ‘Addodle’ is shown beating the ‘chaos monster’, and, in …

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Jun 22 2012

e-Builder launches its own social network

e-Builder, the Florida-based Software-as-a-Service construction collaboration software vendor, has just announced the release of its latest upgrade (e-Builder Enterprise™ 7.13), and e-Builder users “can now join real-time conversations with other users in the new e-Builder Community, the online social network for all e-Builder construction program management professionals.” The e-Builder Community is the online meeting place …

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Apr 05 2012

New conject UK website taking shape

The new conject website went live earlier today. As noted on 22 March, the old BIW Technologies company name and associated branding is being superseded by group-wide use of the conject name to cover its SaaS project control and related collaborative solutions across all geographic markets (with the “plan-build-operate” life-cycle very much to the fore). Some …

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Aug 22 2011

Comindware

Start-up Comindware is looking to differentiate itself as a provider of project management applications through its use of semantic web approaches to software architecture. Contacted by the marketing manager of a recent start-up, Comindware, I had a look at the business’s recently created website to try and understand more about its collaborative project management software. Currently, …

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Aug 22 2011

Project control – Unit4 targets market with BC Assure

As SaaS construction collaboration technology vendors have sought to differentiate themselves from document management providers, we have seen how some have focused on various areas of workflow (eg: contract administration, project costs, health & safety) in recent years. In the process, one or two vendors have dropped, or reduced, their use of the term ‘collaboration’, …

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Jun 30 2011

Now Sword-CTSpace blogs

Earlier today I spotted another tweet about a new blog from construction collaboration technology provider Sword-CTSpace (this followed one on 16 June). Hosted on WordPress.com, entitled “Sword CTSpace LAB“, and subtitled “Competence Center for Engineering Content Management”, the initial post is now dated Monday 27 June, with another yesterday. The first agenda-setting article was by …

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Mar 29 2011

ICT4Construction: a post mortem

Rant alert! As regular readers may know, I was (I think, constructively) critical of the first ICT4Construction event last October, and as a result of my feedback organiser Recep Saffet asked if I would chair the next edition, on knowledge and document management. After some deliberation, I agreed, and also helped publicise the event through …

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Mar 28 2011

Aconex looking for SF-based senior VP, sales and marketing

For a few idle minutes on Friday, I started contemplating a move to California –Australia-based construction collaboration technology vendor Aconex had just advertised an attractive sales and marketing role based in San Francisco (see LinkedIn jobs). Reality then kicked in (I have a business, wife and kids in the UK), but for the right person, …

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Feb 01 2011

Revisiting the NEC battleground

About six weeks ago, I noted (NEC3 Licensed Content partners announced) how quick off the mark construction collaboration technology vendor 4Projects was to announce its new role as an NEC3 Licensed Content Partner, which it followed by a concerted campaign on Twitter, LinkedIn and its blog (indeed, 4Projects has nominated its PR campaign for a …

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