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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 26 2012

BLL 2012 launched

Nearly four years ago, I first had a look at BuildLondonLive, and – after a two-year hiatius – its champion, UK-based construction collaboration technology vendor Asite, is organising another 48-hour virtual design collaboration competition next month, 21-23 May 2012, this year hosted at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. As before, the event showcases new …

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Apr 23 2012

Construction IT events need great topics, and good organisers

The recent cancellation of a London construction IT conference underlines the need not just to find the right subject, but also the right organisers. Two topics in construction IT are currently almost guaranteed to attract good event audiences: building information modelling (BIM) and mobile IT. Winning with BIM The UK government’s strategy to promote BIM …

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Apr 11 2012

Promoting the art and science of civil engineering – via Wikipedia

Feel your discipline isn’t covered well on Wikipedia? Not sure how to improve matters? Follow the ICE’s lead and start a campaign to deepen Wikipedia’s coverage of your profession, its people and projects. Building on my own interests in civil engineering, during the mid 2000s I wrote and edited many Wikipedia articles about tunnels, dams, …

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Apr 10 2012

Docia: a Red Herring Top 100 finalist

An email arrives from CEO Mads Bording, right, telling me that Copenhagen, Denmark-based SaaS construction collaboration vendor Docia is a finalist in Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe awards, a list honouring 2012’s most promising private technology ventures from the European business region. Nominees were evaluated on quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technology …

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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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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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Sep 19 2011

Five PR updates from UK AEC collaboration vendors

More US repro tie-ups for Asite London-based software-as-a-service construction collaboration technology vendor Asite has just announced a relationships with three more reprographic service providers in the United States. Following its earlier tie-up with the ReproMAX marketing network (see post), it is now reaching out to AEC professionals via LINK Document Services Group, Thomas Reprographics and NRI (the …

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Aug 25 2011

August collaboration: a quick PR round-up

August is an unforgiving month for PR efforts, particularly in the UK. Journalists, readers and bloggers (including me – northern Spain, very nice!) go on holiday, publications miss an edition or two, or have fewer pages, and fewer people visit websites. In case you missed them, kudos, then, to these SaaS construction collaboration technology vendors …

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Jul 14 2011

UK construction SaaS vendors continue to battle for contract admin customers

Since I ventured that contract administration would be the new battleground for construction collaboration technology providers, I have watched the various SaaS vendors try to outdo each other with their marketing and PR efforts, particularly regarding the NEC contract suite. The appointment of two NEC licensed content providers in late 2010 saw both firms ramp …

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