Webinar: 3D Repo for Remote Working

By 18th March 2020 Announcements, Events, Webinars

Under the advice of the Government, many UK workers are now finding themselves working from home during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

Consequently, we have received a number of support queries about how 3D Repo can help with remote working, and ensuring teams continue the collaborative work required to deliver projects.

Working remotely and collaboratively in real-time are key fundamentals of the 3D Repo platform, and so we have therefore deided to run a FREE webinar to show you how 3D Repo can:

  • Reduce IT overhead with full cloud collaboration, flexible licensing and minimal spec requirements;
  • Help teams manage and access BIM data in the cloud regardless of location;
  • Identify and resolve issues in real-time or asynchronously amongst team members;
  • Distinguish and mitigate project risks amongst disparate team members;
  • Ensure all team members are kept up to date with live reporting;
  • Maintain the high levels of security required on projects even outside of your company firewall.

What: Webinar event
Date: Thursday 26th March
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

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