KUBUS, a software company offering BIM solutions for the AEC industry, announced that BIMcollab, their BCF based cloud solution for BIM issue management, is now available in 4 of the world’s most commonly used languages: French, German, Spanish, as well as English. With this latest update KUBUS brings a scalable, localized solution for issue tracking to BIM projects around the world. BIMcollab users can now easily share, manage and collaborate in their own language. The language can be chosen per space and per user. This allows users to set their preferred languages per project, per user and per connected tool. The interface, the e-mail notifications and the generated reports will be in the team member’s language. With this expansion KUBUS is helping internationally organized teams to optimize their internal project communication.
"As more and more companies across the globe manage their issues in BIMcollab, we want BIM teams to work in the way that's most comfortable and productive for them. In their own native language." says Erik Pijnenburg, CEO of KUBUS.
Today, 7 of the largest European construction companies are using the BIMcollab ecosystem and the platform helps people in more than 25 countries. Both facts indicate a growing demand for managing the complex BIM communication flows. BIMcollab gives BIM managers, project leaders and engineers the tools they need to collaborate about issues, in their preferred language. To optimize the communication between every stakeholder of the BIM project.
The BIMcollab collaboration platform offers an efficient workflow allowing users to:
- Visualize and validate complex discipline models.
- Create, filter and lookup issues within their own favorite BIM tool
- Share, manage and collaborate BIM issues via the cloud.
Erik Pijnenburg, CEO KUBUS: “Every BIM project needs many iterative modeling steps to solve clashes and improve the quality of the data. Without a structured way to manage communication this becomes a time consuming and error sensitive process. BIMcollab offers an easy and direct communication link between people working with a variety of different BIM tools.”
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