Softprom and Precast Software Engineering sign distribution agreement.

News | 02.04.2020

In March 2020, Softprom, Value Added Distributor in Eastern Europe, and Precast Software Engineering, a leading developer of innovative software solutions and services in the precast concrete industry, announced the signing of a distribution agreement.

According to the contract, Softprom will promote Precast Software solutions in the countries: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine.

Precast Software Engineering is part of the Nemetschek Group holding, which is a global manufacturer of software in the AEC market (architecture, engineering, construction).
The company develops integrated software solutions for the design of reinforced concrete products, assembly of reinforced concrete structures and integrated planning of prefabricated elements.

The software solutions of Precast Software Engineering guarantee openness towards other systems and support the concept of Open BIM optimally by enabling a lossless exchange of 3D-models.

Together, the high-performance software solutions, PLANBAR and TIM, offer integrated and model-based precast parts design with visualization along the entire process.

Softprom is ready to offer the market the following key Precast solutions::

  • PLANBAR is the comprehensive solution for high-quality, industrialised precast parts design. From series production, right up to elements and specialist parts, PLANBAR provides quick, efficient and error-free operation. As an integrated solution, the software unites the strengths of 2D CAD and 3D BIM processes.
  • TIM, the Technical Information and Integration Manager, serves as an integration tool to network models with third party systems. Thus, TIM facilitates access to data from planned projects, their structure and status in unprecedented detail. TIM makes information and planning functions available centrally for all company divisions on the basis of 3D models. As an integration platform, it combines CAD, ERP, production systems and mobile end devices.