GRAPHISOFT Breaks Down BIM Transition So You Can "Get There Faster"
BOSTON, Jan. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GRAPHISOFT, the global leader in Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, demystifies critical areas of the BIM process to help architects in the selection of their BIM tools.
From the company that brought you – Construction Computing Magazine's 2011 BIM Product of the Year ArchiCAD 15 – the "Get There Faster with ArchiCAD" whitepaper examines five critical areas to explore before making your final BIM software selection. This paper was written with the sole purpose of providing accurate, reliable information about critical issues related to BIM and what ArchiCAD with advanced technology such as the GRAPHISOFT BIM Server(tm) provide as an answer to address these issues. We want to teach and educate in an effort to help architects make informed technology decisions.
The whitepaper shares expertise and experience from six design leaders as they describe how ArchiCAD:
- Improves profitability
- Enables agile and competitive workflow
- Provides fast, real-time collaboration
- Is easy-to-learn and simplifies the 3D workflow
- Makes great use of any computing power
- Keeps IT costs low
- Is a secure and proven BIM product
This document highlights what makes ArchiCAD BIM different than other BIM solutions. Find out why ArchiCAD, developed by architects for architects, is the most workable solution for today's AEC professionals.
Download the white paper here.
GRAPHISOFT® ignited the BIM revolution with ArchiCAD®, the industry first BIM software for architects. GRAPHISOFT continues to lead the industry with innovative solutions such as the revolutionary GRAPHISOFT BIM Server™, the world's first real-time BIM collaboration environment, and the GRAPHISOFT EcoDesigner™, the world's first fully-integrated building energy modeling application. GRAPHISOFT's innovative solutions have fundamentally changed the way architects around the world design and collaborate. GRAPHISOFT has been a part of the Nemetschek Group since its acquisition in 2007.