Andreas Fleischmann (left), CEO of DigiPara, und Alexander Neus, CEO of the BuildTec Software Group.

Andreas Fleischmann (left), CEO of DigiPara, und Alexander Neus, CEO of the BuildTec Software Group. (Photo: © DigiPara)

DigiPara GmbH cooperates with software platform


The BuildTec Software Group has acquired a majority stake in DigiPara. BuildTec is a European platform for software solutions in the construction & trade sector and was set up six months ago.

DigiPara GmbH is specialised in Building Information Modelling (BIM) experts for lifts and escalators.

In this way, the BuildTec Software Group and DigiPara GmbH want to join forces "to offer customers even better software solutions that precisely meet their needs," according to a press release of both companies.

Digipara software with intelligent BIM model supported 3D designs and the entire 2D planning process. BIM ensured an easy and smooth collaboration, so that the lift and escalator configuration process could be simplified and accelerated with the tools, Digipara declared.

More efficient and powerful software solutions

"I am very excited about the integration of DigiPara into the Buildtec Software Group. This development offers our employees and customers an added level of security," said Andreas Fleischmann, (see picture), CEO of DigiPara GmbH, adding, "I am thrilled about the new opportunities that this partnership opens up: Software development cycles can be accelerated, and the quality of our BIM products further improved; this guarantees our customers more efficient and powerful software solutions."

The BuildTec Group wanted to expand its portfolio with BIM solutions through Digipara. "With DigiPara GmbH as a new partner, we are delighted to welcome a well-proven BIM lift building expert to our group. Once more, we are expanding our portfolio by an important area on our way to continuously pursuing our path of growth," according to Alexander Neuss, CEO of the BuildTec Software Group. "Building Information Modelling is the future of the construction industry," added Neuss. 

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