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Revu 12 is almost here, and we’re counting down the days by visiting five cities across the country. In this issue of the Insider, read about our first stop on the “Road to Revu 12,” register for our Revu 12 pre-release webinar for an inside look at some of the new features, save the date for the 2014 Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, learn the differences between vector content, raster images and real text and meet this month’s featured reseller.
Bluebeam BuzzThe Road to Revu 12
The epic journey has officially begun! We’ve kicked off the “Road to Revu 12” with our first stop in Washington, D.C., where we had a great time meeting customers and giving them an exclusive preview of what’s coming in Revu 12. If you weren’t able to join in on the fun, don’t worry! You can check out all the action in this week’s video recap. Plus, there’s still time to join us at one of our other events happening in a city near you. Register for an event today.
Get a Sneak Peek of Revu 12 in our Pre-Release Webinar
It's almost Revu 12 launch time! We’ve been travelling along the exciting “Road to Revu 12” showing users how the new features in the latest version of Revu make it easier than ever to get documents field-ready. We know you can’t all join us on the road, so we’re giving you several additional opportunities to get a sneak peek of Revu 12 in action before it’s released to the public. Join one of our three hour-long pre-release webinars for a great opportunity to get ahead and ask questions in a live Q&A session with Bluebeam’s Account Services team. Don’t worry, each webinar covers the same content, so choose the one most convenient for you:
Thursday, February 20 at 8am PST
Thursday, February 20 at 5pm PST
Friday, February 21 at 11am PST
Save the Date for the 2014 Bluebeam eXtreme Conference
Whether you’re a Revu novice or the ultimate power user, join Bluebeam's leading experts, engineers and customers at the annual Bluebeam eXtreme Conference. This year’s event will be a two-day extravaganza of “eXtreme” learning and fun, taking place July 31 – August 1 in Hollywood, California. More information about this year’s sessions and how you can register will be announced soon, so stay tuned.
And don’t forget, we’re still looking for speakers to present their cutting-edge workflows during the conference. Proposals are being accepted now through March 7. Just visit the call for presentations page for more information and instructions on submitting your proposal today.
Ask GregRaster, Vector and Text – What’s Really in My PDF?
Have you ever tried, unsuccessfully, to snap to an object in a PDF when taking a measurement or went to select some text and wondered why it wasn’t working? In this Ask Greg, I’ll explain the differences between vector content, raster images and real text – because not all PDFs are created equal.
Partner SpotlightFounded in 1996, Hagen Business Systems, Inc. in Chandler, AZ provides project management, estimating and document imaging solutions designed specifically for the construction industry.
“Having Bluebeam expertise is an opportunity for every contractor in the United States,” says Carol Hagen, President of Hagen Business Systems, Inc. “Contractors use Revu in Operations, Business Development, Human Resources and Marketing. Bluebeam workflows can launch your project management into the stratosphere, and integrations with Electronic Content Management Systems like Microsoft SharePoint are a single source of truth for your corporate records. Revu serves the small five-man caulking company with takeoffs, the $10M electrical contractor with Document Comparison and VisualSearch and the $50+ million GC with hyperlinked plan sets and collaboration using Bluebeam Studio.”
For weekly Revu tips, you can check out Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
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