Rendra AS Acquired by JDM Technology Group

Rendra AS Acquired by JDM Technology Group
29th January 2018

MPulse Software announced its parent company, JDM Technology Group, has acquired Lysaker, Norway based Rendra AS, a leading provider of 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) collaboration software.

Rendra AS offers a platform named StreamBIM for 3D BIM collaboration throughout all stages of the construction project, from design, through construction, to as-built handover, and facilities maintenance. Users can always access the latest 3D BIM model and drawings from the field, as well as document issues, and the as-built work completed. Real-time interaction with everyone on the project reduces time sensitive delays between all parties.

“We are very pleased to become a part of the JDM group,” said the CEO of Rendra AS, Kristin Omholt-Jensen. “Our strategies are aligned to help building owners, engineers, and contractors complete projects on time and with less construction errors.” By partnering with the JDM Technology Group, an owner that is known to build and grow great software companies, StreamBIM will be able to rapidly grow internationally into the various regions JDM currently operates in.

Having acquired numerous companies since 2004, the JDM Technology Group has established a proven strategy for integrating acquired companies into its existing infrastructure. Rendra will continue to operate as a separate company with its existing staff out of its Lysaker, Norway headquarters. Kristin Omholt-Jensen will continue to lead Rendra and oversee day-to-day operations as Managing Director.

“Acquiring Rendra reinforces JDM’s position as a market leader providing best of breed solutions to our global customer base,” said JDM Technology Group’s CEO, Jim McFarlane. “As BIM adoption increases through government regulation and various initiatives, we are solidifying our commitment to growth and stability for many years to come.”

MPulse Software welcomes Rendra to the JDM family.

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