Atvero PIM software provides a powerful document management environment with a flexible central hub for managing all project deliverables, with company or industry standardisation at its core.
Project data is stored on companies SharePoint tenancy, with the power of Microsoft security and data retention.
A container can be created empty, ready to hold information brought in from design authoring tools or documents created through templates in Microsoft Office. This allows for project planning and delivery tracking.
Add-Ins such as the Revit integration allow authoring of information directly from the design tool into Atvero. Where an integration isn’t currently available, information can be exported from the tool as it is now (such as in a DWG or PDF format) and then simply uploaded. Atvero automatically sorts and stores uploaded files into the correct containers.
Third party information can also be stored within the Atvero environment. Documents such as product specification, planning guidelines etc. can be uploaded and tagged as information that is not authored by the user but is otherwise seen as internal information. Drawings and documents from collaborators on the project can also be uploaded into Atvero in the same away, this time being tagged as a received file and tagged to an external organisation and formally recorded in a received register.
Documents or drawings that has passed quality assurance may be selected for issue. After adding a description and notes, the recipients of the issue are selected from the project contact book. Documents are bundled for issue, with an automatically generated transmittal sheet. The project issue register is also updated with the issue information.
Atvero leverages Office to bring guarantees to the issue process. Issues can be made and recorded through email, SharePoint’s file sharing mechanism or through uploading to CDEs.
All internally generated documents and containers must follow the project’s naming scheme. This is completely customisable and can follow internal naming schemes or the one dictated by the project lead. Atvero provides ISO 19650 compliance as standard. The naming scheme will depend on the national annex of ISO 19650 being used. Containers can be tagged with UNICLASS 2015 classifications as metadata.
New or updated drawings and documents can be held for quality checking and approval by a document controller before being made available for issue. Drawings that fail checks can be rejected with the uploader notified of the rejection and the reason for it. The status assigned to a document or drawing is locked and cannot be changed without further approval. Consistency of issues is maintained where the status of documents is checked for appropriateness.
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