Used by AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) firms, as well as property owners worldwide to manage large and demanding capital investment programs, the Adoddle platform from Asite,, London, England, has been officially launched in the United States.

Adoddle helps people collaboratively manage projects and supply chains, accessing the information they need, when and where they need it. It enables AEC companies to measure and track capital projects and asset operations, and enables customers to fully customize the structure of their content with highly controlled access and rich configurable workflows to allow project controls.

The platform, which allows firms to store and manage all project data in one central and secure repository, has seen rapid international growth, reports Asite, with architecture, engineering, construction, and property firms using Adoddle to modernize their approach to BIM (building information modeling).

The cloud-based platform, explains the company, helps architects, engineers and construction, finance, and human resource professionals work together and offer a whole lifecycle management system for built assets.  A benefit, explains Asite, is in replacing expensive, outdated on-site systems and slow, old-fashioned spreadsheets.

“Adoddle will bring the huge benefits of advanced cloud-based BIM to many more U.S. projects, enabling seamless collaboration between disciplines,” says Tony Ryan, CEO, Asite.

Adoddle features a customizable dashboard, a mobile interface, and tablet apps; supporting files, models, and comments; and an app library to support business growth.

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