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Workforce management tool Bridgit Bench is now integrated with a pair of tools from Autodesk Construction Cloud, eliminating double entry for users and minimizing potential discrepancy errors between the systems.
Kitchener, Ont.-based Bridgit, which received a US$7 million investment from Autodesk this summer, said earlier this month that Bench has now been integrated with BIM 360 and BuildingConnected. Among other features, users can log in to Bench using their BIM 360 credentials and open Bench in a BIM 360 Partner Card.
“Construction is a fast-paced industry and we are always looking for opportunities to streamline workflows for our customers,” Mallorie Brodie, CEO and co-founder of Bridgit, said in a release.
Along with simplifying how the tech tools can be used alongside one another, the integration is expected to help customers enhance resource management during preconstruction and site construction.