A post entitled “BIM – Worthy of Clearer Definitions” was published on Directions Magazine on the 31st October. You can read it here: http://apb.directionsmag.com/entry/bim-worthy-of-clearer-definitions/364594 This was followed up by a podcast called “The State of BIM” on the 5th November, which you can listen to here: http://www.directionsmag.com/podcasts/the-state-of-bim/365139
This week we are very pleased to be able to introduce Stew Darling who has joined Spatial.IQ as our 5th partner.
Today is our first birthday! “Happy Birthday” Thanks! It has been a fascinating journey to get to this milestone; which offers the chance for some reflection on the past 12 months as we firmly set our sights on our future.
Last week I reviewed a blog post by Thundermaps, an organisation we have recently met with to understand their product offerings. Thundermaps is a location-based communication tool that helps organisations collect and share the information that matters to them. Users are able to set location specific areas of interest, geofences, so that they are alerted […]
Today our latest piece of IT was delivered to the office – an Intel Next Unit of Computing. You can read all about them on the Intel NUC site. We decided on a NUC for several reasons; We wanted a small form factor We wanted something that was going to be very quiet – a […]
We’re pleased to announce that we are moving into The Dominion Observatory at the top of the Wellington Cable Car on 29th April. Our new address becomes: Spatial.IQ Ltd, The Dominion Observatory, 34 Salamanca Road, Wellington 6012.
When we set up Spatial.IQ, we began thinking about a business model that would allow us to attract the brightest and best geospatial professionals. In the small and intimate New Zealand market, that suggests we need to think out of the box. If we use a traditional ownership model, we quickly run out of financial […]
Today in the news there was an article highlighting the proportion of the Kiwi public who regularly interact with a second screen whilst watching the TV: http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/gadgets/8415121/Kiwis-can-t-keep-eyeballs-on-one-screen
This is the final part of my blog series on the ORDER methodology; a methodology which if utilised, can change the way that you deal with customers for the benefit of all parties. Over the past weeks we have explored techniques for the better qualification of opportunities from the point of view of preventing you […]
Happy New Year! We are already close to being half way through January 2013 so it is time for me to continue my blog series on the ORDER Methodology. In part 5 I will discuss the win. I’d like to emphasise that this is a win from both sides of the table; a win for […]