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dRofus and A2K Technologies partnership to help deliver New Zealand’s innovative buildings of tomorrow

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dRofus, the leading planning and data management solution for the global building industry, has today announced its partnership with A2K Technologies, a trusted technology consultant specialising in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry.

This partnership will focus on business development and the increasing demand within the New Zealand region for dRofus products, together with the provision of technical support, professional training and other consultancy services.

“A2K Technologies have a solid reputation in New Zealand with knowledgeable and highly experienced staff, so we believe they’re a great partner to deliver our software services in the dynamic New Zealand market.” said Chris Razzell, Asia Pacific Managing Director, dRofus.

The opportunity for greater collaboration and understanding how to harness the full capability of data to create better buildings is not only a growing trend, but a necessity in achieving New Zealand’s built future. The unique BIM collaboration tool of dRofus minimizes risks and streamlines workflows by enabling stakeholders to work on one single set of data throughout the building lifecycle.

“We’re incredibly pleased about this partnership and feel this is a great opportunity for both companies as well as being beneficial to our customers and the AEC industry as a whole.” said Greg Gudgeon, Executive Director, A2K Technologies.

The innovative software provides the platform to plan, design, build and manage data which includes rooms, room templates, items, finishes, systems and components all in one cloud-based platform.

A2K’s ability to provide training, on-boarding and ongoing technical support to dRofus customers places them in a unique position to provide best-in-class service.

“We are wasting no time in executing this new partnership with discussions already in play with some of New Zealand’s biggest AEC leaders.” said Greg Gudgeon, Executive Director, A2K Technologies.

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