Project sales and management software platform Jetbuilt announced a partnership with international design and BIM software provider Vectorworks. This partnership offers a customized integration of the two platforms. Respected globally as a leader in CAD solutions, Vectorworks played a formative role in the field, having created one of the first CAD programs, as well as the most successful CAD software for Mac OS.
With this partnership, a Jetbuilt project can now seamlessly export into Vectorworks ConnectCAD to create CAD drawings, BIM models, 3D renderings, and more. Alternately, a Vectorworks design in ConnectCAD can be efficiently pushed into Jetbuilt for fast and powerful quoting.
“Vectorworks is a highly regarded platform that we are proud to align with in bringing the Jetbuilt community a fantastic solution to drawings and documentation,” remarked Paul Dexter, Jetbuilt Founder and CEO. “Moreover, Jetbuilt’s global user base and functionality align well with Vectorworks worldwide popularity for even better service to the international community of system integrators and end users.”
Jetbuilt and Vectorworks share a common devotion to their clients to consistently anticipate and provide the most effective solutions to their needs. To that end, the companies joined forces in writing custom integrations to map all items in a Jetbuilt proposal to existing items in the Vectorworks ConnectCAD database and vice versa, creating a highly efficient workflow between platforms.
“Jetbuilt is a valuable addition to the Vectorworks Partner Network and to our customers across the globe,” said Vectorworks CEO, Dr. Biplab Sarkar. “This integration will save designers time and energy across various stages of their workflows, from lead-tracking to project quoting, installation, and more. We’re delighted to work with Jetbuilt to bring this added level of efficiency, accuracy, and power to our users through this project solution.”
For more information on Jetbuilt, please visit Jetbuilt.com. For more information on Vectorworks, visit Vectorworks.net.