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Doxa Enhances Digitalization in the Built Environment with Autodesk Construction Cloud Integration

SINGAPORE—Doxa announced today a new integration between its Procure-to-Pay platform for the Built Environment, Doxa Connex, and Autodesk Construction Cloud®, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network and predictive insights for construction teams.

Now, project managers can embed Doxa Connex directly in their Autodesk® Build Insight or BIM 360® Project Home dashboards to manage their construction projects, suppliers, and finances from a single place.

With this new integration, Autodesk’s field and project management capabilities combined with Doxa’s expertise in procurement, payments, and financing allows contractors to manage their construction projects from end to end, empowering them to stay on top of project status, budget, progress claims, and invoices.

This integration will be the first step to digitalize and integrate Doxa Connex with Autodesk Construction Cloud, enabling C-suites and project managers to gain a bird’s-eye view of their business and projects for improved decision-making.

“The new integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud will enable us to work closely together to deliver even better integrated solutions and best practices to both our customers, helping them achieve a marked reduction in the number of man-hours spent on otherwise manual processes,” said Edmund Ng, Co-founder and CEO of Doxa.

“Lack of visibility into the status of payments can lead to significant project delays and cashflow issues for construction firms,” said James Cook, director of partner integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “Embedding Doxa alongside key construction data in Autodesk Construction Cloud provides project managers with cost transparency and analytics of financial data, improving productivity and removing inefficiencies for busy contractors.”

Customers can utilize the integration immediately by adding the Doxa Partner Card to their Autodesk Build Insight or BIM 360 Project Home dashboard.


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