As the sector heads towards a tipping-point of mass adoption, competing on Building Information Modeling's (BIM) efficiency proposition will no longer deliver advantage in the market. There will be shift in the positioning of BIM within designers and contractors beyond its role as a tool for upholding efficient delivery of projects and towards its role as an enterprise "weapon." Expect to see a move out of the project and into the boardroom. Executives need to be savvy in the underlying business models that exist within the various infrastructure stakeholders and begin to articulate the benefits of BIM as it affects core key performance indicators (KPI), cash-flow, margin, brand, and other business factors.
- Begin to articulate the benefits of BIM as it affects core KPIs, cash-flow, margin, brand
- Describe the adoption of BIM for infrastructure
- Describe the value proposition of Autodesk in the BIM for Infrastructure space
- Explain the shift in the positioning of BIM with designers and contractors beyond its role as a tool for efficient delivery of projects