SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Apr 20, 2016 – Ideate Software, a veteran Autodesk Developer Network member, announced today that it has released Ideate Explorer for Revit 2017.
Ideate Explorer has been ported to the 2017 Autodesk Revit platform, so customers can begin their software migration and testing processes for the Revit 2017 platforms right away. “We base our success on our customers’ success,” said Bob Palioca, president, Ideate Software. “With that in mind, we set out to be ready for Revit 2017 at the same time as our customers, and as we have every year, we released our updates within 30 days of the Autodesk launch. This timing helps ensure that our customers benefit from the advancements as soon as possible and get a maximum return on their software investment.”
In addition to being compatible with Revit 2017, this new release of Ideate Explorer includes updates to the workflows documented within the Ideate Explorer online help files. “The response to the inclusion of Ideate Query and Ideate Navigate has been extremely positive,” said Glynnis Patterson, director of Software Development, Ideate Software. “These tools have added another layer of value to Ideate Explorer, supporting new workflows such as search by parameter value and find in-place families. This high-quality product documentation is another hallmark of Ideate Software development.”
Ideate Explorer for Revit carries a five-star rating on the Autodesk App Store and is available with a non-commercial free trial. Download the trial today.
For more information on Ideate Explorer for Revit 2017, call 888.662.7238 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Ideate Software
Ideate Software allows Revit users to have unprecedented control over their data. Ideate BIMLink, Ideate Explorer for Revit, and Ideate Sticky were all developed to solve persistent problems in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) workflows. Ideate Software solutions enable Autodesk Revit users to save time, increase accuracy, improve Revit project deliverables, and elevate design.