BIM is the term for digitisation in the construction industry and, more precisely, the digitisation of planning and construction itself, the digitisation of the core processes of construction.
The goal for the use of technology and digitalisation - and that is exactly what BIM is about - is always better, more cost-effective or faster work. This applies to the construction industry just as much as to other industries.
This universal statement is our claim and this is how we measure our performance.
We create BIM content that can do exactly what is required of it.
"What does this statement actually mean?" you might ask yourself. You probably know a marketing manager who wonders whether this business of digitising products makes any sense at all in the construction industry.
Imagine the following scenario: The marketing manager in a company gets this complaint from sales: the customers can't do anything with the BIM content, the files are too big and not usable. Yet he has spent so much money on this digital BIM content.
You know the problem, don't you?
Actually, the marketing manager wanted to release more products for digitalisation, but in this desolate situation, this makes no sense. And you are surely aware of the larger context: the competition has already digitised their products and the customers now expect the same service from you, especially on the international market.
Did you know that BIM content is particularly useful in the project process when the virtual building components contain few geometric details, are parametrically structured and can be flexibly supplemented with data?
And let's imagine the same marketing manager - but in a completely different starting position. He is thinking about which BIM content to digitise next, because it worked so well with the previous ones and the customers are enthusiastic. He gets constructive advice from the sales department on the content that has already been created. The marketing manager can concentrate on the new products and only very rarely has to resolve complaints from support.
And do you know what's best? This idea is not just a dream. If you contact us, we will make sure that you too will enjoy this second situation.
And we would like to conclude with this thought: Digitisation is never 'finished' - that is in the nature of things. Digitisation needs care and tending, like a beautiful garden. Then the solutions flourish and the work becomes easy and fast.
Do you want to hire us as digital gardeners for your BIM Content, so that it thrives and grows on the market?.
Then call +49 931 907311 32 or send us an email.