Neilsoft’s Presentation covered in detail by CIMdata in its New Article on CONTACT Cloud Connect 2020
November 03, 2020
CIMdata, a leading independent global strategic management consulting and research authority focused exclusively on PLM and the digital transformation it enables, has written a detailed summary on Cloud Connect 2020, where Neilsoft’s Vaibhav Aneja and Aniruddha Phatak presented a session on ‘How Neilsoft has leveraged CONTACT Element's Open and Flexible Component Architecture to enable a Leading International AEC Firm to Execute and Manage its large Infrastructure Project through a Globally Distributed Engineering Team ?’. The summary article uploaded in CIMdata’s PLM Resources section under ’Commentary and Highlights’ details Neilsoft’s partnership with CONTACT Software, along with key highlights of the presentation.
Brief Preview of the Article available on CIMdata’s website:
“Presenters Mr. Vaibhav Aneja and Mr. Aniruddha Phatak from Neilsoft described how their engineering services firm provides these enhancements to their customers in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), manufacturing, and process sectors. Their partnership with CONTACT Software, announced in 2017, offered them a flexible platform to deliver important capabilities. This presentation focused on their work with a large design and build contractor in the AEC industry. Their “Project Office AEC” solution uses the CONTACT Elements platform as its “engine” and Nielsoft is building a deep integration with Revit, an Autodesk solution for Building Information Modeling (BIM), to provide stakeholders access to the knowledge embodied in the evolving BIM models. Today, Neilsoft is using the CONTACT platform to manage a large project being executed in Africa but with partners and teams around the world accessing the platform from the Microsoft Azure cloud.” Read more
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