RIB Software SE new strategic partner of IMS
The RIB Software SE, the world leader in iTWO 5D BIM Big Data technology for the construction industry and a renowned provider of real estate construction solutions, has been a majority shareholder in IMS Information and Management Systems. The cooperation offers significant benefits for both companies.
RIB, headquartered in Stuttgart, is one of the Top 30 technology companies in Germany (listed in the TecDAX) with over 350 developers and technology investments of more than 30 million euros per year. Around 1,200 employees in more than 30 branches have been serving customers in construction and infrastructure since 1961, among other things.
The management of IMS will continue to manage the company and will continue to be responsible for the strategic orientation of IMS in the future.
"Involvement puts us in a position to develop our involvement in relevant Future fields such as BIM and IoT much faster to drive forward, "says Michael Heinrichs, CEO of IMS.
And further: "With IMS as part of the RIB Group, we have the option of Know-how and resources around the RIB solution iTWO to benefit. At the same time, we will be providing our services around IMSWARE Reliably improve, A real stroke of luck for IMSWARE, our team and our customers.
"By integrating IMS Facility Management solutions with iTWO 4.0 cloud-based technology, we will take efficiency throughout the lifecycle of buildings and infrastructures to a new level," said Michael Sauer, RIB Group Chief Executive Officer Existing know-how on both sides complements especially in the areas IoT, sensors, robotics and smart technology ideal and extends the consistency of our solution from planning and construction to operation. This allows us to inform our customers in the future Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in Infrastructure Lifecycle provide and other aspects like Maintenance costs in planning account. Compared to previous solutions, we are through the consistent Use of FM 4.0 the Digitization of the infrastructure drive forward consistently. "
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