Graphisoft Introduces Archicad Collaborate
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Graphisoft introduced Archicad Collaborate, a subscription-based offer combining Archicad for architectural design with BIMcloud SaaS for fast, secure access to shared projects in real-time, yesterday.
"Customers demand powerful solutions that are easy to acquire, learn, and use," said Márton Kiss, vice president of product success at Graphisoft. "Archicad Collaborate allows practices to acquire both Archicad and BIMcloud SaaS at a price even smaller firms can afford."
Archicad Collaborate includes
Design solution software Archicad, BIMcloud software as a service, as well as exclusive data and collaboration services including access to Graphisoft Learncourses and training materials, emergency licenses, and technical support, Redshift by Maxon, parametric object design tool Param-O, the Library Part Maker add-on for creating detailed Library objects, and Python API for customized and automated Archicad workflows.
When asked about the benefits of using Archicad with BIMcloud SaaS, Peter Snellman, partner and design director at Tillberg Design, said, "Working on the same Archicad model from different countries, we have fewer problems."
"With Archicad Collaborate, you can start your project on BIMcloud SaaS, a secure cloud platform built for sharing and collaborating with your team — without additional hardware investments or IT experience," Márton Kiss added. "Using Archicad's powerful and proven tools, you can design great buildings with your team and share them with customers and clients — anywhere in the world."
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