NEW YORK, April 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dodge Data & Analytics will showcase its set of software tools and data-driven insights for the design and build community at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference in Orlando, April 27-29 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth #2211.
As the leader in construction project information and analytics, Dodge Data & Analytics is increasing its presence in the technology space with intuitive tools that provide construction business intelligence to players across the industry directly within their workflow.
The Sweets App for Revit, and now Sweets App for AutoCAD, streamline the product selection process by bringing Sweets' 87,000-product-strong, and growing, building product database directly into the tools that architects, engineers and design professionals use most often, Autodesk® Revit® and Autodesk® AutoCAD®. At the 2016 AIA Convention, the Sweets App for Revit won trade publication Architosh's Best of Show Award in the Building Information Modeling (BIM) software category.
Following the 2016 release of Dodge PipeLine for Salesforce®, Dodge continues to integrate its analytics and intelligence directly into CRM systems with its upcoming release of Dodge PipeLine for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Contractors, building product manufacturers, distributors, and construction service providers can now access the industry's most comprehensive source of construction project leads directly within the Microsoft Dynamics® customer relationship management software.
Also available for demonstration at the booth is Dodge Visual Search, featuring powerful, intuitive, and interactive charts and graphs for streamlined project access through Dodge's flagship offering Dodge Global Network. Architects, designers and building product manufacturers are invited to preview the tools in one-on-one demonstrations throughout the show at booth #2211.
"As a leading technology-driven provider to the construction industry, we are marrying the high quality of our data and the insights it provides with intuitive tools that improve workflow and user experience across the industry," said Chief Executive Officer Mike Petrullo. "We aim to help every player in the design and construction chain work more efficiently by simplifying daily workflows and providing essential business-enabling data through a single, cloud-based platform."
At AIA, Dodge's Industry Insights Research Director Donna Laquidara-Carr will also moderate a learning session on April 27, at 7:00 a.m., in room W204, on what building owners expect from healthy buildings and how the design community can meet their expectations. The session draws on insights developed in the Dodge SmartMarket Report, "The Drive Toward Healthier Buildings 2016: Tactical Intelligence to Transform Building Design and Construction," available for download here.
About Dodge Data & Analytics: Dodge Data & Analytics is North America's leading provider of analytics and software-based workflow integration solutions for the construction industry. Building product manufacturers, architects, engineers, contractors, and service providers leverage Dodge to identify and pursue unseen growth opportunities and execute on those opportunities for enhanced business performance. Whether it's on a local, regional or national level, we make the hidden obvious, empowering our clients to better understand their markets, uncover key relationships, size growth opportunities, and pursue those opportunities with success. Our construction project information is the most comprehensive and verified in the industry. We are leveraging our 100-year-old legacy of continuous innovation to help the industry meet the building challenges of the future. To learn more, visit www.construction.com.
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