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Empowering Construction Professionals with Data from the Field

The concept of data has been around for quite some time, and it has been discussed on numerous occasions by experts from all types of industries. In a world that now largely relies on digital technologies, data is inevitable; it is everywhere.

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How To Digitise Your Building Construction Projects From Beginning To End

Since its creation, the FINALCAD app has helped thousands of professionals managing their construction sites. We’re proud to say that over 20,000 digital projects have been achieved using our technology.

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BuiltWorlds Meetup Paris: a ConstructionTech Discussion

BuiltWorlds is a US-based tech-driven community in the built industry that is currently undertaking a European tour to learn more about construction practices and innovation in the Old Continent.

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Japan - A Land Of New Opportunities in the Construction Sector

Part of becoming a global leader in the construction tech industry involved growing our business abroad. The Asia Pacific region (more commonly known as APAC) appealed to us for many reasons including the size of its market. 

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Your Construction Data Just Got Closer

During our recent efforts at conquering new markets, we had to make several changes in order to diversify our activity and better answer our clients’ needs.

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Introducing a new manifesto to change the way we build

Digital transformation of the construction industry has matured over the past few years, and FINALCAD had to reflect this change. Thus, we are thrilled to introduce our new manifesto. 

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FINALCAD sets foot in Jakarta

With a growing population of over 240 million, Indonesia is developing at a tremendous rate particularly for infrastructure and rapid urbanization. The Government of Indonesia is planning to spend $450 billion between now until 2020. This could be seen in the some of the newsreported recently whereby the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) highlights the importance of maintaining, improving connectivity of road infrastructure, with a huge focus on massive toll road projects in the infrastructure and utilities sector, like the Balikpapan-Samarinda Toll Road.

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