Mission and valuesThis is what we work for
Everything we do is motivated by the drive to help our customers to achieve their goals. This desire informs all our decisions, and by always prioritizing the customer’s needs we are able to create software products and services that exist to make other people’s work easier and faster. We believe that sustainability shouldn’t be a burden or needlessly complicated, and ease of use and user-friendliness are two core requirements we always take into account when making decisions.
What does customer success mean in practice? It means that we do everything we can to make sure customers achieve their goals, whether it is completing their calculations, obtaining Green Building credits, designing better buildings, or learning more about Life-Cycle Metrics.
We want to be the best at what we do. We will always deliver the best possible quality tools and services to our users and we will always cherish the challenge that comes with being the best and retaining that position over the years.
In any field, when you choose dynamic excellence, you also choose to prevent potential issues down the road. Experts predict, non-experts react: when the next big change will be rolled out, you can rely on our years of in-depth expertise and ability to predict where the market will go and how to better adapt to its needs.
Curiosity and Creativity
We believe that only by embracing curiosity we can find new and current ways to be successful at what we do and excel. To nurture a curious mindset, a few elements are required: hunger for knowledge, interest in new challenges, and a safe space to explore new ideas, with the understanding that not all of them will be successful or viable ones.
Creativity can only develop in an environment that encourages independent thinking and rewards initiative, and it is more easily found in an agile, flexible organization. We encourage the expression of new ideas and strongly value feedback, both internal and external.
The construction industry is responsible for 40% of carbon emissions globally and those emissions are accumulated through the building’s whole life-cycle.This means two things: one, that construction specialists need to start thinking about what and how they build and two, that to reduce emissions it is necessary to adopt a cradle to grave approach.
Not only governments and institutions are implementing long-term plans to achieve carbon neutrality, investors are increasingly demanding transparency and sustainability for all projects. Our vision is a carbon neutral construction industry where all agents cooperate to design greener and better buildings and where every decision is taken with the long-term effects in mind.