Real-time Project Collaboration with Bluebeam Studio
Recorded on May 20, 2015
Interested in enhancing project collaboration in real-time? Join us to learn how Revu`s integrated cloud solution, Bluebeam Studio, can host virtual meetings that enable remote project partners from across the globe to collaborate online in real time. Watch us demonstrate how project teams can collaborate on the fly via Studio Sessions, where multiple users can redline a single copy of the same PDF together in real time or separately on their own time from a desktop, tablet PC or an iPad.
Learning Objective 1: Implement digital workflows that span the entire project lifecycle, from site surveys and field reports to design review and punch.
Learning Objective 2: Create optimized PDFs that seamlessly transition from the office to the field.
Learning Objective 3: Redline 2D and 3D PDFs with customizable clouds, callouts, CAD symbols and more, and save custom annotations in the Tool Chest for easy reuse.
Learning Objective 4: Store entire project folders in the cloud for free, and review PDFs in real-time, or any time, with project partners using Revu's integrated collaboration solution, Bluebeam Studio.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
has over five years of experience in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. As an Industry Specialist for Bluebeam Software, Nick Decker
helps companies build streamlined workflows and develop cost-saving strategies by leveraging technology to remove pain points.
Prior to his role at Bluebeam, Nick held positions in which he participated in all phases of the building lifecycle: design, estimation, scheduling, pre-construction, project management and closeout, which included pre-construction of a clean-coal plant and overseeing the closeout of a Super Bowl host site.
During his time in the field, Nick developed a passion for improving historically paper-intensive processes using digital solutions. His ability to identify promising solutions and provide effective training helped accelerate adoption timelines and learning curves, ultimately saving his clients both time and resources.
Nick received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Purdue University.
Anyone that is looking to advance their digital, PDF-based workflows. The best practices provided in this webinar can be applied to architecture, engineering, construction, or general office use.
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