Dimensioneering Group sells 5,000 licences worldwide
Dimensioneering is pleased to announce that as of September 2014, commercial licence sales worldwide have surpassed 5,000. The Dimensioneering group consists of Exactal & Dimtronix, both world-leading takeoff & estimating software providers.
Exactal has seen its fastest growth yet over 2014, with licence sales into multiple large worldwide companies. More and more businesses from all different areas of construction are making the switch to CostX® estimating software. Customers include quantity surveyors, builders, subcontractors, MEP specialists, civil specialists, oil & gas companies and more.
There has also been an influx of new staff joining the Dimensioneering Group, with staff numbers increasing by almost 1/3 over the year. The requirement for new staff was driven by the demand for Dimensioneering technology from new clients, and also the manpower required for the new developments that the team work on every day.
Dimensioneering CEO Mark Kefford states “This milestone of 5,000 licences was reached rapidly thanks to support from both our clients and worldwide staff. We welcome our new clients on board, and are looking forward to welcoming many more in 2015 and beyond. 2014 has been a great year so far and there are some significant deals still to be announced for the year. I expect we will reach the 6,000 mark in record time.”
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Established in Brisbane, Australia in 2003 to develop software specifically for the quantity surveying and estimating market, Exactal has continued to expand its worldwide presence. It now has offices in Brisbane & Melbourne in Australia, London & Newcastle Upon Tyne in the UK, Auckland in New Zealand, and Singapore and Hong Kong. The company also has sales and channel partner support across much of the globe. The main product CostX® provides an integrated BIM and 2D on-screen measurement solution with a unique integration between the cost estimates and the elements on the drawing files that the estimate represents. This approach keeps estimates up to date and allows drawing revisions to be easily evaluated to eliminate traditional scope creep in construction projects.
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