Tag Archive: Mads Bording

May 01 2012

Docia opens South Africa office

Copenhagen, Denmark-based construction collaboration technology provider Docia (aka “Byggeweb” in its home market) has opened an office in Johannesburg, South Africa – founder and CEO Mads Bording tells me. Just over six months since the Scandinavian business opened an office in India, it is now starting an operation in southern Africa, where it sees great …

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Jan 04 2012

Docia Deficiency List on Droid

During 2011, I enjoyed occasional contacts with Mads Bording, CEO of Denmark-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Docia (aka ‘Byggeweb’ in the Nordic region), and we finally got to meet, very briefly, at November’s Construction Computing Awards dinner in London (post). The company has been following up with its promised mobile functionality (see May 2011 …

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Nov 25 2011

November PR and marketing updates from the construction collaboration vendors

Asite joins Autodesk Develop Network London-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has joined the Autodesk Developer Network (24 November news release), looking to develop tighter integration between its Asite collaborative BIM (cBIM) and Autodesk’s BIM tools. Apparently: “through a fully integrated workflow, building and design professionals will be able to share and coordinate models across …

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May 27 2011

The Docia interview

Denmark-based collaboration vendor Docia is growing and has appointed a UK-based partner, MPS, to market its AEC solutions in the UK. From time to time, I talk to established construction collaboration technology businesses about which I know relatively little and it has been useful to conduct online interviews to learn more (see my conject and …

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