How One Company Grew Revenues by 23% with Revu

30 June 2020All, Bluebeamaccuracy, Collaboration, Increase profits, PDF, Revu



Civil engineering firm Aksa Power Generation has been operating for over 30 years. It has been a leader of the generator sets market in Turkey and is among Turkey’s largest two hundred industrial companies and exporters. The BluebeamStrXur article about the adoption of Bluebeam Revu by Aksa explains that just after the company branched out to the United States, it experienced multiple challenges. By adopting Bluebeam Revu, the company realized benefits to current jobs and the promise of even greater efficiencies and cost savings on future projects.

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Aksa needed to achieve full precision and accuracy within its projects, and it was able to do so with Bluebeam Revu. Revu “facilitated Aksa’s workflows and also improved the company’s knowledge of PDF-based document management.” Ajla Divoš, an Aksa employee, explained that many other software programs simply would not have been able to do what Revu did, especially considering that Aksa receives projects in PDF format. Divoš added that communication with Aksa customers, both on and off-continent, was “excellent.” Because of the Revu markup tools and “the ability to send projects through hyperlinks, all mistakes were noticed in advance, and great time savings were made across the entire project.”

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The “comprehensiveness” of Bluebeam Revu was also able to help Aksa save money. Anel Hajdarević, leader of the Aksa Group for the American market, said that without Revu, the company would have needed “upwards of five new software programs to calculate the quantities and surfaces” for its projects. And not least of all, the adoption of Revu allowed Aksa to focus on building relationships in the U.S. A “very successful collaboration” with U.S. partners has flourished, which “opened up new jobs within Aksa and increased the company’s profits.”

The article posits that “thanks to the new opportunities Bluebeam helped provide within the U.S. market, the profits of the company increased by 23% in 2018 in comparison to 2017.” For Aksa, adopting Bluebeam Revu was a holistic decision and one that will benefit its present and future projects considerably.

from Global Market Insights

Reportedly the future market demand will increase. According to Global Market Insights, the global industrial generator sets market was valued at over $8-billion in 2018 and may surpass $13-billion by 2025. As with many sectors in the construction industry, real estate development, infrastructure expansion and rapid industrialization are driving the surging demand.

The Aksa website describes the company mission as “establishing long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with customers.” It is one of the “fastest growing companies within the industry due to high customer satisfaction and a growing network in a wide variety of applications.” Aksa exports more than 50% of its products and “is among the top five global firms of the sector with thirteen offices located in Asia, Europe, Africa, and America.”

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Take the opportunity to see firsthand how Revu enables increased collaboration and will help you get more done in less time. When it’s time to convert that 30-day trial to a subscription or perpetual license, work with a Bluebeam expert at Applied Software to focus on your firm’s specific needs.



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