Tag Archive: website

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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Jan 14 2015

Aecore repeats BuildBoxCM marketing fails

Californian cloud construction collaboration software start-up Aecore’s website does the business few favours. It needs improving – and quickly! As an industry analyst and marketing specialist, I sometimes look critically at how software companies market themselves online. Having worked in the Software-as-a-Service sector serving construction since the late 1990s, and having almost single-handedly delivered the marketing functions for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2015/01/aecore-repeats-buildboxcm-marketing-fails/

Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/07/aconex-revamps-corporate-identity/

May 13 2014

Extranet Evolution – server issues

Apologies to anyone who has experienced problems viewing Extranet Evolution (or my other blog or website) over the past week. The datacentre used by my hosting provider suffered a major power outage last week which caused the server used by my sites to shutdown unexpectedly and it has had to be rebuilt. This process is continuing …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2014/05/extranet-evolution-server-issues/

Jun 20 2012

Construction collaboration vendor news round-up – June 2012

Cadweb launches new website Founded in 1995, London-based Cadweb still positions itself as the longest-established provider of project extranet services in the UK. It has just launched a new website – mainly a new ‘look and feel’, as most of the written content has hardly changed – while its latest June news release concerns a …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2012/06/construction-collaboration-vendor-news-round-up-june-2012/

May 25 2011

BIW, a conject company

Maybe it’s a sign of things to come or just a one-off, but I received an email from UK SaaS construction collaboration technology provider BIW Technologies this morning (about a sustainability survey) which had a slightly amended BIW logo at the top. The email had been distributed via parent company Conject’s email engine, and the …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2011/05/biw-a-conject-company/

May 02 2011

Aconex – new website (and new AEC e-commerce venture?)

A couple of tweets over the weekend alerted me to the launch of a new website by Australia-based SaaS construction collaboration technology vendor Aconex. The updated website draws together some recent Aconex initiatives, including its Blog Central (post) and the Spring 2011 launch of its iPhone application, Aconex Mobile (post), while the site’s main navigation …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2011/05/aconex-new-website-and-new-aec-e-commerce-venture/

Jan 27 2011

PR: Protecting reputation

Online, businesses need to respond promptly and professionally if they are being misrepresented More than once when I was heading PR at BIW Technologies, I had to assert the company’s position in the face of misleading claims by competitors, but the process was sometimes very slow. We were reacting to printed claims in trade magazines, …

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Jul 21 2010

Websites overhauled at BIW and 4Projects

The corporate websites of UK construction collaboration technology providers 4Projects and BIW Technologies* have both been refreshed recently. Despite my past involvement with BIW, I think the changes in 4Projects’ online presence are more extensive, building on website changes that the company instigated on its subsidiaries 4Retail and 4Exergy sites last year (post). 4Projects appointed …

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Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2010/07/websites-overhauled-at-biw-and-4projects/

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