DGAP-News RIB Software SE (RIB) signs a Phase-II-contract (No. 24 / 2021)
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RIB Software SE (RIB) signs a Phase-II-contract (No. 24 / 2021) with the Danish Building and Property Agency - one of Denmark's largest public owner operators
Stuttgart, Germany, 12 May 2021. RIB Software SE, the world's leading provider of iTWO 5D BIM Big Data technology for the construction industry, today announced the conclusion of a Phase-II-contract with the Danish Building and Property Agency.
The Danish Building and Property Agency is part of the Ministry of Transport and is property enterprise and developer on behalf of the state and the universities. The agency has the responsibility of creating attractive and well-run workplaces, so that their clients - the universities, the police, the courts and the government departments - can focus on their core tasks. This is what the Danish Building and Property Agency is doing through a strengthened building function, integrated facility management, and an optimised property portfolio. At the same time, they are working on reducing the state's climate impact and the costs of the state's office spaces.
After a very robust evaluation process involving many of the market leaders, the customer chose the RIB solution in the Microsoft Azure Cloud (RIB MTWO) to manage processes more effectively. RIB MTWO supports document management, collaboration, workflows and process management, dashboarding of data, as well as BIM mobility enabling teams onsite to use the 3D BIM models to support processes such as RFI's (Request for Information), NCR's (Non-Conformance Report), Change Orders, Commissioning etc.
The RIB solution was chosen based on the user friendliness, spectrum of features and functionalities, ease of implementation and ability to support needs extending from the throughout the supply chain to contractors and sub-contractors. The BIM engine in RIB MTWO based on a gaming engine, giving the end users an excellent experience on both mobile devices as well as web browsers even with very large and complex BIM models.