Make data your competitive advantage
with Cobuilder goBIM
What are Data Templates?
for Manufacturers and Merchants
As a manufacturer, you are the most credible source of data related to the construction products, materials, systems and components you produce. Yet, as your business grows, so does your data. You end up managing many data silos leading to data duplicates and inconsistencies. Maintaining your data becomes a never-ending challenge that has your teams wasting huge amounts of time to clarify, correct and recreate missing or redundant data. Time that is better spent on revenue-generating activities.
The solution to these complex issues is quite simple: structure all your data in a way that ensures machine-readability and interoperability with all existing and future systems.
With the goBIM software solution, Cobuilder can help you achieve both your short- and long-term data goals. In the short term, you will experience improved automation within your own organization and access to the digital market. You will re-gain confidence in your own data and be sure that you are feeding designers, engineering companies, contractors and developers reliable, accurate and updated data – and doing so in compliance with international and local standards and requirements.
In the longer term, you can create and market your own data catalogues, generate usability data, create forecasts, and get your data into digital twins. You will be ready for anything the digital future has to offer.
How to get started?
Each organization is at a different stage of its digital transformation journey and your business has little or no use of a ‘one size fits all’ solution for managing product data. Cobuilder can help you develop your digital data strategy and implement a solution that will be an integral part of your current IT infrastructure. Thus, we can help you experience the value of your data by ensuring you control how it flows through any internal or external systems.
To achieve real benefits from digitisation,
data must flow freely between software and systems.