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Pasadena-based Bluebeam, Inc., a thriving AEC software developer—and a subsidiary of German AEC software holdings giant Nemetschek SE—has established a Boston office. New job posts there signal new development directions.
Nemetschek’s Bluebeam Inc. gets a new interim CEO in internal CTO leader Don Jacob as company co-founder Richard Lee steps down.
Vectorworks adds enhanced collaboration between its product line and that of sister company Bluebeam. New space object export support enhances Revu workflows.
The Germany, Munich-based, Nemetschek Group is flourishing, driving the strongest growth in the AECO software industry after a string of brilliant software acquisitions. But all of this success has largely been driven without the benefit of a full-time, directed strategy group. Now the AECO software multinational—the smallest of the Big 4 global AECO software companies —is setting up a global strategy group in Washington, DC.
Years in the making, Nemetschek Group subsidiary, Bluebeam Inc., has released a Mac native version of its building industry leading application Revu. A full fledged member of the Bluebeam family, the Mac version can fully participate in Bluebeam Studio workflows in the building industry.
The now former CEO of Vectorworks, Inc., Sean Flaherty, has been appointed to the role of Chief Strategy Officer on the Nemetschek Group supervisory board, a position where he will drive group-wide future strategy for the resurgent AEC software company.
Nemetschek Group presents strong half-year figures: Revenue growth in the second quarter continues to accelerate
The Nemetschek Group maintained its dynamic development from the first quarter of 2015 and accelerated revenue growth in the second quarter.
The Nemetschek Group posted record first quarter revenues in 2015, and the board sees the AECO software giant from Germany expanding rapidly in the US market in particular. Its Bluebeam Software acquisition is a key strategic piece in the Group’s non-domestic revenue growth.
PlanGrid’s new RFI module tackles the time-wasting RFI process from within the context of a drawing collaboration and centralized storage app, offering advantages not seen in other solutions.
In this article we discuss why Bluebeam’s Revu software may be a type of “bridge” between not just two major sides of the design-build delivery continuum, but between the Windows-centric US construction industry and the bi-lingual Mac-Windows-centric world of a European and Asian market share leader in Nemetschek AG
Nemetschek AG’s Executive Board members in charge of the group’s overall strategic direction, CEO Sean Flaherty of Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc., and CEO Viktor Varkonyi of Graphisoft, Inc. discuss the thinking and outlook behind the recent acquisition of US-based Bluebeam Software Inc.
German software giant Nemetschek AG has announced its acquisition of US-based construction software darling Bluebeam Software of Pasadena, California
Architosh reviews Bluebeam Software’s Revu for iPad, one of our selected apps in our “Ultimate iPad Guide: 12 Must-Have Apps for Architect.” Having spent many weeks with the application in real architectural practice contexts we find this first major version excellent. Read our review to understand why.
When it comes to the second larger industry in the world–the building and construction industry–the facts about mobile platforms tell quite a different story about Samsung (Android) vs Apple’s iOS
Annotation of drawings is a primary function of architects. Whether it involves markup up progress drawings for junior staff or reviewing shop drawings submitted by the general contractor, architects needs tools that today provide them a digital version of the trusted fat red marker.