Stories about how Atvero has helped architectural and engineering firms increase productivity and improve quality for successful project deliveries.
Enhancing project quality with accurate and consistent information
For a few years, IMA Architects looked for a solution that can provide an intelligent platform to conveniently find and upload project records and their revisions. Thanks to Atvero’s document management capabilities, architects at IMA can ensure that their project information are always accurate and consistent. With Atvero, IMA Architects can manage all project records with flexibility and continuity, helping the firm enhance project quality and improve productivity.
Effective and connected project information management for SME architects
After several years of searching for an organised and easy-to-use document management system without success, GFA wanted to find a pragmatic solution to manage project deliverables more effectively, from inception to completion. Atvero appeals to GFA because it is an affordable CDE system, is based on SharePoint online, does not require any local infrastructure to run, and can be used to manage the full life cycle of documents and drawings from creation to issue and transmittal.
A global solution: Embracing a cloud-based, fully digital workplace
Chapman Taylor wanted to embrace a fully digital workplace with a cloud-based project information management solution that maximised the firm’s existing Microsoft 365 investment. This needed to be a global solution that provided a single point of access to the latest, most accurate corporate and project information. Atvero has enabled Chapman Taylor to embrace the digital workplace with its project and corporate information under one umbrella, Microsoft 365.
Seamless integrations and efficient document management for improved project delivery
During their search for a new project information management system, Ryder emphasises the priority of one that integrates BIM authoring tools such as Revit and BIM360, as well as fulfils the Wren PI requirements. As the firm was using Microsoft 365, SharePoint groups, and Teams for project related communication, Ryder desired to digitised business and project systems with a general direction to Microsoft as the “spine” of the business. With the help of Atvero, Ryder has successfully achieved systems integration and reduce process wastage.
Digital transformation beyond projects: Standardisation across the business as a whole
In 2019, Morris+Company was looking for a solution to digitise their workplace and reduce administration across the whole business. In addition, Morris+Company was also expecting to gain ISO9001 certification, and therefore emphasised the requirement of document naming compliance and the availability of audit trail.With the help of Atvero, Morris+Company was able to achieve standardised quality for project delivery, as well as ensure compliance beyond projects, with Atvero’s standardisations being applied to various sectors of the business.
Making a complete move to the cloud with a simple and connected solution
Before coming to Atvero, 22 Degrees was looking for a modern document management system that is based entirely on the cloud, since the firm was already moving to SharePoint from previous on-premises solutions. They were also specifically searching for a solution that is integrated with Rapport3. Thanks to the recommendation of Cubic Interactive, 22 Degrees was introduced to Atvero, a unique project information management software that meets all the requirements: completely cloud-based, built on SharePoint, and is integrated with Rapport3.
Streamline the process of document controlling
Stretto was looking for a document management system that can automatically update issue register. The firm was also searching for a solution that is integrated with Revit in order to simplify the process of transmitting sheets and models. Atvero satisfies all these requirements.