Autodesk is growing in Denmark

The provider of digital services to the construction industry, Autodesk, is hiring a new team to service more and more construction companies.

– Better data processing removes about 15 percent of the extra cost of construction, and that’s something companies understand.

It is not only among architects and engineers that a scorching construction industry is leading to streaks of new hires. The global provider of digital ICT solutions for the construction industry, Autodesk, is also hiring extra forces.

At the head of the team in Denmark is hired Account Executive, Jesper Frank, who according to his own statement must “kick doors in” and “create visibility” in the Danish and Nordic markets.

‘Insanely high’ savings
– Many companies in construction lack a common thread in their collection and handling of data, and this creates inefficiency and losses on the bottom line. By offering a cloud platform with all the information about a building in one place, which all project participants have access to, we help contractors and housing developers reduce the unforeseen expenses by about 15 percent. This is an insanely high number, and it illustrates the digital optimization potential that most companies have, says Jesper Frank, who among other things brings with him more than 10 years of experience from German RIB Software Nordic, a competitor to Autodesk in the Nordic market.

Together with him, two employees are employed with the job title Business Development Representative, Kimberly Eid and Adrian Fayad, who will be responsible for Denmark and the Nordic countries, respectively. Both must support business development and drive customers in so that they land safely in the handling of Autodesk’s digital products. Pauline Helgesson is employed as Account Executive with similar tasks as Jesper Frank, only in Sweden.

Autodesk is growing in Denmark

The global software company Autodesk is successful in the Danish and Nordic markets and is now hiring four new employees. From left: Pauline Helgesson, Jesper Frank, Adrian Fayad and Kimberly Eid.

Autodesk recently published an international survey among 1,116 construction professionals, including 100 respondents from the Danish construction industry, and the results showed that many companies find it difficult to make decisions based on data because half of the data is flawed or incomplete. This is one of the areas that the company will help Danish construction companies to improve.

Sustainability requirements will reinforce trend

Nicholas Klokholm, District Manager for Denmark, the Nordic countries, the Baltics and Poland, sees an increasing demand for better digital services and data collection in one place in the coming years.

– The construction companies will continue to move away from the use of many individual programs and into our Built world, where everything is gathered in one place. Faster workflows, better collection and utilization of data that reduces the number of costly errors is an argument. And then you have to keep in mind that the need for digital twins of new buildings will increase, to make it easier to reuse and create sustainability, says Nicholas Klokholm.

Autodesk expects further hiring in the coming months.

Source: IT-Kanalen by

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