Construction Analytics Platform connects AEC pros, project firms.
February 6, 2012 -
Delivering competitive market share analysis, Dodge BuildShare identifies key relationships between industry firms and connects them to construction projects they have worked on. Web-based diagnostic platform provides various reports and dashboards that analyze existing relationships among 250,000+ active owners, contractors, and design and engineering firms. Providing coverage of construction market on project-by-project basis, solution allows for segmentation by type, size, and location.
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|Original Press release |
McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., The
1221 Ave. Of The Americas
New York, NY, 10020
McGraw-Hill Construction Announces Dodge BuildShare--an Advanced Analytics Platform That Connects AEC Professionals to the Firms Behind the Projects, Delivering Unprecedented "Relationship IQ"
NEW YORK -- McGraw-Hill Construction has launched Dodge BuildShare, a powerful web-based diagnostic platform that identifies key relationships between industry firms and connects them to the construction projects they have worked on, delivering competitive market share analysis and driving business growth. BuildShare's digital dashboards analyze existing relationships among over 250,000 active owners, contractors, and design and engineering firms.
"In 2011, customers embraced Dodge BuildShare, working with us in the development and implementation of the product. Today, Dodge BuildShare customers are benefiting greatly, and I am excited about that," said Keith Fox, president, McGraw-Hill Construction.
A visually dynamic and easy-to-use platform, BuildShare offers a variety of reports and dashboards that push relationship intelligence about active firms to the customer. It provides accurate and comprehensive coverage of the construction market on a project-by-project basis, allowing for segmentation by type, size and location. Architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) customers can uniquely profile competitors by sector and region to quickly assess market position and take action to gain market share.
"The winners in this economic climate are savvy firms that understand the need for superior market intelligence, including in-depth knowledge of the connections among the active owners and AEC firms responsible for projects," said Fox. "Dodge BuildShare-empowered firms have a stronger 'relationship IQ' and ability to target and win business where the opportunities are strongest. The depth and breadth of our Dodge data, coupled with our knowledge of the industry and advanced business intelligence platforms, enable us to bring this relationship game-changer to market."
BuildShare draws from McGraw-Hill Construction's robust, qualified and continuously updated Dodge construction project data to deliver actionable intelligence on active owners to general contractors, construction management firms, engineers and architects. Customized market share and relationship metrics by owner, AEC firm, region, and construction sector enable firms to better prioritize business development initiatives. BuildShare's market-sizing feature delivers a quarterly forecast of construction activity related to regional and project type opportunities.
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About McGraw-Hill Construction:
McGraw-Hill Construction's data, analytics, and media businesses--Dodge, Sweets,Architectural Record, and Engineering News-Record-- create opportunities for owners, architects, engineers, contractors, building product manufacturers, and distributors to strengthen their market position, size their markets, prioritize prospects, and target and build relationships that will win more business. McGraw-Hill Construction serves more than one million customers through its trends and forecasts, industry news, and leading platform of construction data, benchmarks, and analytics. To learn more, visit www.construction.com.
About The McGraw-Hill Companies:
McGraw-Hill (NYSE: MHP) announced on September 12, 2011, its intention to separate into two public companies: McGraw-Hill Financial, a provider of content and analytics to global financial markets, and McGraw-Hill Education, an education company focused on digital learning and education services worldwide. McGraw-Hill Financial's leading brands include Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, S&P Capital IQ, S&P Indices, Platts energy information services, and J.D. Power and Associates. With sales of $6.2 billion in 2010, the Corporation has approximately 21,000 employees across more than 280 offices in 40 countries. Additional information is available at http://www.mcgraw-hill.com/.