Tag Archive: Cyril Verley

Aug 29 2012

CodeBook how-to videos

It is a constant challenge for us to explain CodeBook briefly, particularly as the benefits will vary considerably from user to user, as they use the application and toolset for different tasks. To try to explain how CodeBook can deliver real time-savings on particular workflows, we have begun experimenting with some simple videos. The first …

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Aug 15 2012

Australia CodeBook User Group plans local meetings

The Codebook User Group – Australia on LinkedIn is planning its first meetings – on 28 August 6pm EST. John Temple (regional principal at Brisbane-based Woodhead) is aiming to organise local meetings in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, all linked together via the web. Venues to be confirmed! In the LinkedIn discussion, he writes: This is intended …

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Jun 29 2012

Clarifying the CodeBook-Revit connections at RTC USA

CodeBook summarised

For this week’s Revit Technology Conference, we produced some new banner stands, and on one of them we have tried to summarise up the CodeBook offering in a single graphic: We think it captures most of the key points we usually make about CodeBook, and, on the evidence of the first day at RTC, it …

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May 11 2012

CodeBook Mobile: Taking to the tablets at RTC US 2012

RTC US 2012

We will be showing off a prototype of our new CodeBook Mobile application for building information modeling (BIM) data management on stand 14 at the 2012 Revit Technology Conference (RTC US 2012) at Stone Mountain, Georgia next month (June 28-30). And CodeBook Solutions’ Cyril Verley will also be presenting at the conference – on Friday 29 …

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Feb 27 2012

Expanding in the US

CodeBook International has established a new US-based business, CodeBook Solutions Inc to provide sales, consultancy and support for our north American architecture, engineering and construction and operation (AECO) customers (read our news release here). This step has also coincided with some management changes. Most importantly, CodeBook International founder Peter Mann is now focused on product …

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