BIM’s (Building Information Modeling) true power is taking information from the design model and using it throughout the entire building process.

The strong BIM chain of information, linking together all the home building stages as a unified process, is key to gaining efficiency in a busy home building market.Envisioneer BIM Chain to Partner Integrations

74 different export options.

That is what makes Cadsoft Envisioneer a unique BIM platform – the focus on integrations with other home design software applications. Envisioneer can export information to over 74 different formats. These vary from various CAD packages, POS, ERP, rendering, animation, structural design, kitchen design and image file types to be used in various stages of home building. All with the intent of taking full advantage of the information pulled from the BIM model to make the process easier.

That same information can be used for a variety of business functions right in Envisioneer too!

Save time. Make sure that everyone is using information from that model to streamline the process. All information pertaining to the project should come from that one model:
preliminary presentation drawings
material take-offs
renderings and virtual experiences for marketing
permit drawings,
and more.

Build one model and share the information.

PARTNER INTEGRATION WEBINAR ARCHIVE

To profile the integrations, we invited our Integration Partners to profile their applications and what they do with the BIM data that Envisioneer exports. See the list below  for the integration partner webinars that interest you. Watch the recordings.

2020 Webinar Occurred on July 11th   watch the video– 2020 Design

Buildertrend webinar Occurred on July 18th watch the video- Buildertrend

REScheck webinar Occurred on July 25th watch the video –  REScheck

MiTek webinar Occurred on August 1st watch the video – MiTek

Epicor Bistrack webinar Occurred on August 8th watch the video –  Epicor Bistrack

We will host more in another series! Let us know what exports interest you! Download a trial to test drive BIM for yourself!