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Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2014.
Designers, contractors, and owners are challenged every day to solve complex problems to design, build, and operate world-class infrastructure. Bentley’s solutions, based on a common environment, enable you to explore innovative design ideas, minimize construction risk, and optimize asset performance. Bentley’s information management and collaboration capabilities enable efficient data sharing among your entire project enterprise and information reuse throughout the entire lifecycle. Read More: https://www.bentley.com/en/solutions/project-types
The October edition of Information Age (pages 18-19) features a detailed case study of our work with Bentley Systems to deliver a Linear Asset Decision Support solution to track assets as part of Network Rail’s Offering Rail Better Information Services (ORBIS) programme – an eight-year, £330 million enhancement plan. Read More: https://www.capgemini.com/gb-en/2014/10/network-rails-data-revolution-information-age-exclusive/?utm_content=buffer81a4a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_campaign=buffer
New research suggests UK taxpayers could foot a £19 billion bill because of outdated construction technology
The research conducted by Bentley Systems, the design, construction, and infrastructure software provider, of more than 720 construction professionals across the world also found less than half (43.5%) of workers said they have no digital capabilities for collaboration or that their information is either paper-based or siloed. Read More: http://ukconstructionblog.co.uk/2019/07/19/new-research-suggests-uk-taxpayers-could-foot-a-19-billion-bill-because-of-outdated-construction-technology/