SUNNYVALE, Calif. —Trimble announced new integrations for Microsoft 365 and BIMcollab with its Trimble Connect cloud-based collaboration platform.
"The Microsoft 365 integration is a welcome addition to Trimble Connect," said Jeremy Sibert, technology director at general contractor Hensel Phelps. "The ability to create, edit, and distribute documents directly from Trimble Connect will not only save us a lot of time, but it will also allow us to track updates, monitor version control, and manage document security much more efficiently using tools our users are already familiar with and use heavily."
"Our goal is to integrate BIMcollab with as many BIM tools as possible, whether they are model-authoring, model-checking, or model-sharing solutions," said Erik Pijnenburg, CEO of BIMcollab. "The integration with Trimble Connect offers our mutual users one of the most advanced solutions available to share and improve models."
"Because no one vendor can be expected to have all the right point tools, an open and agnostic space for sharing models and construction data is imperative for project efficiency, profitability, and timeliness," said Marcel Broekmaat, product director for Trimble Connect. "Integrations with Trimble Connect and other industry solutions are critical as we continue to drive construction's digital transformation by enabling project stakeholders to unlock the real value of data throughout the construction lifecycle."