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Market Research Shows Bentley’s SELECT Subscription Model as a Revenue Leader

January 8, 2015 - in Corporate, Design/Engineering, Modeling

The ARC Advisory Group recently released a market study showing that Bentley’s SELECT licensing model is the market leader in the software as a service deployment model in the Engineering Design Tools (EDT) market. The ARC study segments supplier revenues…

Federated GIS Based on Bentley Map Enables Cancún to Collect 66 Percent More Property Tax

May 22, 2014 - in Analysis, Feature, Featured

Bentley Channel Partner Innovacion Sistemas y Proyectos (iSP) is a leading provider of geospatial information systems (GIS) services to local, state,…

Aligned Assets Publish Two Case Studies on Local Authority Use of Business Data

January 8, 2014 - in Corporate

Aligned Assets are pleased to announce the publication of two new case studies that focus on the use of business data in local authorities to drive efficiencies…

How Can Water Utilities Save Both Water and Money?

September 29, 2013 - in Water

This is the question of the hour in water conservation. Less water used means less water sold and often means less revenue collected; less revenue collected can mean less money for the operation and maintenance of the water system.  At the last workshop of…

Sensors Help LA Create Demand-based Parking Pricing

June 13, 2013 - in Sensors, Transportation

Los Angeles drivers competing over limited parking spaces are no longer paying the same rate for every space. With the help of a $15 million federal grant, the city rolled out LA Express Park in May 2012 – a program that utilizes sensor technology in parking…

Economic Downturn Cut Architecture Firm Revenue by 40 Percent, Employment by Almost a Third

October 11, 2012 - in Corporate, Projects

Since the beginning of the recession in early 2008, architecture firms have collectively seen their revenue drop by 40 percent and have had to cut personnel by nearly a third. Despite a national recovery from the recession in 2009, construction activity continued…