Thursday, December 8, 2016
This information came to me by email this morning.
First, about the “author” of the article….
Kevin Vaughan is the Manager of Sales and Marketing at TAVCO. His wide-format industry experience spans over fifteen years, benefiting a wide range of client industries including architectural, engineering, construction, GIS, and petroleum companies. You can often find Kevin locked into conversation about plotters, 3D printers, wide scanners, software, or whatever new trend is on the horizon. Look for Kevin to share the latest wide-format and 3D technology scoop on the TAVCO blog.
Kevin’s article begins this way…..
“Lately, a recurring question has come up with my construction clients regarding the comparison of Bluebeam Revu and PlanGrid. Since many companies are looking for ways to become more paperless, both of these applications have become quite popular as digital workflow choices with Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC). But, which one is better? If a company is looking to take more of their wide-format workflow digital, which one should they choose? Honestly, this question has a lot of moving parts, so the answer can be a bit dynamic. But, let’s dig in and take a look at the comparison of PlanGrid vs Bluebeam Revu”
Here’s a link to the full article:
And, here’s a link to the reddit blog that Kevin mentioned in his article (comparing Bluebeam to PlanGrid):
Posted by Joel Salus at 9:22 AM