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Rebranded BIM & AEC specialist Agacad seeks ‘major broadening’ of horizons

by Liam Turner
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Agacad, best-known as a maker of specialised software for building information modeling (BIM), has announced a “major broadening” of its brand and ambitions.

From now on, the Lithuanian company says it will focus on delivering full solutions for responsible process innovation in a range of industries. 

Donatas Aksomitas, the managing director of Agacad, said: “As construction converges with manufacturing and other industries, and as AI, virtual reality, and other new technologies come into play, our previous focus on ‘Building BIM Together’ was too limiting.

“We aim to provide our clients with not just IT systems but also the holistic vision and expert assistance they need for relentless process improvement.

“To deliver responsible value with agility in a fast-changing world.”

Agacad, whose software is used by over 13,000 architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals in 130 countries, was acquired in 2021 by the Arkance Group.

Since then, Agacad has doubled its team of developers and application engineers.

Earlier this year, the firm also made its own acquisition of SBS Group, a smaller developer of software for construction and engineering.

Aksomitas said: “As we continue growing with Arkance and with our clients, it was time to take our own vision to a new level.

“By extending our boundaries, we are opening opportunities to design and deliver valuable new products, services and solutions for increased automation, enhanced data management capabilities, and streamlined workflows.

“Our team and worldwide network of local partners now give us the ability to do this.”

Founded in 1991 and based in Vilnius, Lithuania, Agacad is part of the Arkance Group – which specialises in the digital transformation of construction and manufacturing.

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