Bluebeam has released Bluebeam Cloud, a new suite of mobile and browser-based solutions available globally as part of new subscription plans.
Bluebeam Cloud offers a range of tools that will make working across multiple locations with multiple users easier, says Bluebeam. These include a “powerful, flexible” editor for marking up, commenting, and collaborating on project documents. Also included are field tools for the management and tracking of site inspections, RFIs and submittal workflows.
The browser and app-based mobile solutions work with existing Bluebeam markups, tool sets and documents. This means project data remains accessible to team members in the office and on construction sites.
Bluebeam CEO Jon Elliott said: “Bluebeam Cloud delivers on our promise to unlock the power of Bluebeam Revu so teams in the field can access critical data and work from anywhere, including their mobile devices.
“Our clients depend on accurate, secure, and timely data so they can stay connected and keep projects on track, even when they’re on the move. Bluebeam Cloud provides that missing link, delivering targeted features, workflows and reporting with connectivity, collaboration and data-accessibility at its core.”
Bluebeam Cloud and Bluebeam’s flagship desktop-based solution Revu are being bundled together as subscription plans for the first time. All subscribers will also receive unlimited data storage, a library of Bluebeam University on-demand training resources, and live global technical support.
New Bluebeam subscribers can also expect to see additional services added to their subscriptions in the future.
Bluebeam chief product officer Roger Angarita added: “With our move to subscription, we focused on the areas that would have the greatest impact for streamlining everyone’s access to files and critical data from the office to the field with no disruption. We also wanted to make on-boarding and training easy with on-demand training and support resources that help our customers get even more value.”
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