Omnix ‘on track to hit $136m in 2011 sales’
Dubai, June 19, 2011
Omnix International, a leading building information modeling (BIM) solution provider, is on track to reach its goal of Dh500 million ($136 million) in total revenue for the fiscal year 2011, said a top official of the company.
“The Middle East is currently seeing an influx of major construction projects that ably reflect the region’s move towards recovery,” said Dr Jayant Deshpande, director, Omnix International.
“With the advent of these new projects, utilizing strategic BIM software is a must to help reduce the clashes between trades that are often missed during the design stage.
“We are upbeat in reaching our goal of Dh500 million target revenue this year. We are also eyeing to play a major role in the many ongoing projects in the region. Using the new Autodesk Building Suite will give our customers the advantage of creating more strategic and accurate designs and also save a lot on cost and time during the design process,” he added.
The company expressed confidence in keying in 40 per cent growth this year with the roll out of the latest range of Autodesk Infrastructure Suite of solutions in the Middle East market.
The announcement was made during the roadshows held recently at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The roadshows are part of the company’s recent move to introduce its integrated package of new BIM based software, which includes the 2012 editions of AutoCAD, Autodesk Navisworks and Autodesk Revit Architecture, Structure and MEP.
Deepak Mehta, manager, Omnix International, said: “Utilizing revolutionary BIM software gives our customers a realistic view from a virtual model that allows them a better understanding of the complexity of the structures being designed.”
“Potential clashes are detected early in the process and gives room to make the necessary changes and revisions immediately. Omnix International remains fully committed to providing its wide range of BIM solutions across the current crop of major projects in Middle East region,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service