Do you spend too much time looking for BIM content? Is searching for BIM content a bit like looking for a hidden treasure?
With your organization’s ever-expanding BIM content, it is critical to find the right library strategy to effectively organize your firm’s content to support efficiency and usability. Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, July 27th at 10am PT (1pm ET) to learn how BIM thought leaders have designed and implemented library strategies that enable their teams to spend more time designing and less time searching for files.
An on-demand recording will be made available to all registrants who sign up but cannot attend the live webinar.
The roundtable discussion will be moderated by Steve Germano, UNIFI’s Director of Strategic Intelligence, and will explore what library management best practices these organizations are employing, focusing on the following discussion topics:
How did you identify which library management strategy was right for your organization? What unique requirements were most influential in creating that strategy?
How did you implement and test the library management strategy and what approaches did you follow to successfully introduce it to users?
How do you maintain and (continuously) optimize your library management strategy to ensure your are delivering maximum value to your users?
What was a strategy that didn’t work? How long did it take to find out?
How do you ensure that all content gets into your library? Are there creative ways to make sure people don’t secret away content on their desktop?
Guest Panelists will be:
• Nancy McClure - Digital Design Application Specialist at Interior Architects
• Brian D. Nickel - Mechanical Designer at Harvey's Heating and Plumbing
The webinar will start at 10:00am PT/1:00pm ET on Wednesday, July 27th – hope you can join us.
We look forward to seeing you!
The UNIFI Team
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Luke Johnston is widely recognised as an outspoken BIM advocate, championing the contribution of manufacturers within the BIM community. Prior to joining IGS, Luke worked in Sales and Marketing Management positions with Building Product Manufacturers (BPM’s) targeting the commercial specification market.
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