Nittygritty.net has announced that it will join the Digital Construction Week show next week (18-19 October) and will launch its latest products.
Digital Construction Week will see Nittygritty.net launch its latest products: SyncView.io and IRONfile. Nittygritty.net will showcase the core capabilities, IT, BIM, Apps for digital construction and design companies, of the products at stand E47.
SyncView.io provides BIM managers with real time graphical display/dashboard providing visibility and unified views across all Revit teams and projects being worked on. In addition, it helps to quickly identify, predict, and manage potential errors, disruptions or project downtime before it impacts schedules.
IRONfile is a new cloud back-up solution that is accessible from anywhere, anytime. The solutions cost effectively manages historical and current data so client costs are drastically reduced over time. IRONfile provides version control and access, user permission levels, and data is archived and searchable.
You can find Nittygritty.net’s Liam Southwood at the TechStage on October 19th at 1:15, reviewing the evolution of IT-as-a-Service, with a particular focus on emergent, affordable and performant platforms for Revit model hosting and collaborating.
DCW 2017 is brought to you in partnership with the UK Government’s Digital Build Britain strategy. Delegates to the 2 day conference will get exclusive updates from the Digital Built in Britain team, alongside some of the leading names in the industry speaking across 6 different stages.
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