Tony Ryan, Asite CEO, said: Adoddle is at the forefront of major changes in the way we work together and manage information. We're excited to bring this innovation to the US.
New York, USA (PRWEB UK) 25 March 2015
The Adoddle Launch evening kicked off in the Famous Tribeca Film institute with Asite’s very own Adoddle on hand to entertain guests. Live Music entertained guests with music from the legendary Mclean Avenue band direct from Ireland mcleanavenueband.com, throughout the duration of the evening guests sampled Asite’s renowned hospitality with complimentary St Patrick’s Day themed drinks and Canapés.
The evenings guest list included leading lights from the US AEC and Technology industries and press. Main speakers included Emilio Krausz from Microsol Resources and Asite’s Nathan Doughty COO and Tony Ryan CEO.
Tony Ryan, Asite CEO, said: “Adoddle will bring the huge benefits of advanced cloud-based BIM to many more US projects, enabling seamless collaboration between disciplines. Internationally, Adoddle is at the forefront of major changes in the way we work together and manage information. We're excited to bring this innovation to the US.”
Adoddle promotes collaboration between disciplines on major projects from the £20 billion London Crossrail scheme to Dubai International Airport.
The world's leading architecture, engineering, construction and property firms use Adoddle to modernise their approach to Building Information Modelling (BIM).
The platform has seen rapid international growth, replacing expensive, out-dated on-site systems and slow, old-fashioned spreadsheets.
Adoddle helps architects, engineers and construction, finance and HR professionals work together seamlessly, from concept to completion. It also offers a Whole Lifecycle Management System for built assets.
Cloud-based collaborative BIM is fast becoming the standard for projects in Europe, the Middle East and Australia, while America has been slower to make the transition from spreadsheets and on-site systems. As a cloud-based platform, the low cost and ease of deployment means a far greater range of US projects can benefit from a modern approach to BIM. Adoddle sets the standard for collaboration: a customisable dashboard, mobile interface, and tablet apps; supporting files, models and comments, and an app library to support business growth.
Asite’s cloud technology gives everyone involved in construction projects access to key information online. It allows for increased collaboration, fewer mistakes, reduced rework, and time and cost savings. Asite’s Adoddle platform allows firms to store and manage all project data in one central and secure repository. It also enables customers to fully customize the structure of their content with highly controlled access and rich configurable workflows to allow project controls. The Adoddle platform is used by leading architecture, engineering and construction firms as well as property owners worldwide to manage their largest and most demanding capital investment programs.
Adoddle helps people manage their projects and supply chains collaboratively, accessing the information they need, when and where they need it. It enables AECO companies to measure and track capital projects and asset operations.
Asite was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in London’s Tech City in the UK, with North American operations based in New York, and regional offices in Australia, India and South Africa. For more information, please visit http://www.asite.com.