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McLaren Software Announces Business Intelligence Portal for SaaS

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McLaren Software, leaders in engineering document control, construction project collaboration and computer aided facilities management solutions, announce the latest version of their world class SaaS (McLaren FusionLive) includes a new Business Intelligence Portal. The Business Intelligence (BI) portal will help deliver predictable, productive and profitable projects by providing quality data to support management decision making and reduce process bottlenecks. In addition to a new BIM 3D viewing experience, the users will be able to merge two or more models as well as generate COBie compatible work sheets from models.

McLaren FusionLive is a comprehensive cloud-based construction project collaboration and document management solution used to simplify collaboration on construction and engineering projects in order to improve project, safety, visibility, process consistency, risk and efficiency.

“Worldwide our SaaS customers build critical infrastructure and need real time meaningful information on their schedule. The Business Intelligence Portal increases their visibility of real time project information enabling them to make informed decisions needed to stay on schedule. We’re investing heavily in supporting management decision making, simplifying access to engineering documentation for the mobile workforce, and building information modelling (BIM) capabilities integrated with McLaren’s computer aided facilities management (CAFM) solution,” comments Peter Russell-Smith, CEO of McLaren Software.

About McLaren Software

McLaren Software, the Engineering Information Management (EIM) division of IDOX Software, provides asset information management solutions that secure and control engineering documentation throughout the asset lifecycle. From major capital projects and asset operations to construction projects and facilities management, McLaren information management solutions help reduce risk and improve safety, profitability, compliance and performance.

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