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BIM From Design to Asset Management

For BIM to deliver on its promise, data must be allowed to flow effortlessly into physical asset management processes.

The end goal of building information modeling (BIM) is essentially to provide better information management, which gives project owners a structured set of data they can use to manage a built asset over its lifecycle. But for BIM to deliver on this promise, data must be allowed to flow effortlessly into physical asset management processes, something that traditional ERP solutions with their roots in human resources and finance find impossible to enable.

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