DProfiler™ 2009 Release 1.0 now available

February 17, 2009 |

Beck Technology's new DProfiler™ with RSMeans 2009 Release 1.0 is now available. The latest release of DProfiler, the world’s first and only macro BIM application, continues Beck Technology’s focus on ease of use and rapid deployment of the technology.

This latest release also introduces a new Dynamic Help System, which includes context specific help and show-me videos that enable new users to become productive in less time.

“With the continued adoption of DProfiler, many companies are looking for quicker and easier ways to use this software.  With our recent introduction of DProfiler into many Universities we hope that students can enter the workplace with a deeper understanding of our technology.  We hope that the Dynamic Help System will increase the productivity of both our academic and professional clients,” said Stewart Carroll, COO Beck Technology.

This updated version follows hot on the heels of Beck Technology’s announcement of its first student sponsored DProfiler competition and its University Donation Program. The DProfiler student competition will be judged by Beck Technology management and will award the best two student-created cost models for the Spring 2009 semester.

About Beck Technology

As a subsidiary of an integrated architecture and construction firm, Beck Technology is a uniquely positioned software company creating technologies to improve the early decision making process in preconstruction.  Beck Technology's flagship program, called DProfiler™, enables highly accurate conceptual budgeting by integrating 3D modeling and real-time cost estimating.  AECO teams can more effectively evaluate project alternatives and clarify the scope before moving into design development. Since 2006, Beck Technology's BIM software and services have been used by AEC firms across North America.

 

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