Last Friday we held a Facility Management conference in Iceland. The goal was to talk about the different uses of MainManager in Denmark and Norway. We also wanted to share what we have learnt within Facility Management for the last few years.
As you might know, MainManager consists of a mix of Norwegian, Danish and Icelandic employees, and we are not necessarily residing in our native country. We have Icelanders at the office in Oslo, and I am a Norwegian ‘gal’ living and working in Denmark. I always get a little excited, when I get to connect with our clients in Norway. Our yearly ERFA meeting is a nice opportunity. This year’s ERFA was no exception.
Just before Easter, MainManager arranged this years ERFA meeting.
We were 43 participants from Denmark, Norway and Iceland. And like last year, with speaks from some of our customers – and as something new – a speaker from outside our business circuit; Esmir Maslesa.
My name is Hilmar Steinthorsson and I started working with MainManager in 2001. I know I’m a dinosaur : ) In this blogpost I’m going to recap a little bit the history of the MainManager solution.
What is BIM?
BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a process for creating and managing all information on a project – before, during and after construction. There is a common misconception that BIM only means 3D design. It’s much more.