Bluebeam launches German subsidiary as part of global expansion

By Sophie Chapman
The architectural, engineering, and construction firm, Bluebeam, has announced the launch of its German subsidiary. The California-founded company has...

The architectural, engineering, and construction firm, Bluebeam, has announced the launch of its German subsidiary.

The California-founded company has established Bluebeam GmbH, which is headquartered in Munich.

Bluebeam aims to advance its investment and presence in the region, and better serve customers with its new business.

Georg Reindl has been appointed the unit’s Managing Director, who has previously worked for Microsoft, Oracle, and Siemens.

“The DACH region is one of the largest and most important AEC industry segments, and we are proud to announce the launch of a regional sales, marketing and services organisation in Germany as part of our continuing international expansion,” commented Jon Elliott, CEO of Bluebeam.

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“Georg has a wealth of experience in the German market, and his expertise in the engineering industry, alongside his deep proficiency in market development, account management and customer support, make him the ideal person to lead Bluebeam's growing customer base and dealer network.”

“The construction industry in Germany is being transformed as companies turn to digital solutions to increase productivity and efficiency,” says Reindl.

“Bluebeam's solutions are a foundational component of a modern, digital construction workflow and deliver enormous benefits that can be immediately measured in both time and cost savings.”

“I am proud to be leading Bluebeam's new German subsidiary, as I truly believe our technology has a revolutionary impact on projects and organisations and will propel our industry to new levels of profit and efficiency.”

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