Partnership Offers Free Course about BIM Workflow

Global eTraining and INVIEWlabs announced a partnership that makes Unifi training available to all GeT customers. Unifi is a cloud-based digital asset management (DAM) solution tailored specifically around BIM content workflows. Developed by INVIEWlabs, Unifi allows for effortless management and search of BIM workflow content. Following a collaboration effort between GeT and INVIEWlabs, this course is now available for free through Global eTraining’s online portal.

“Unifi solves many problems that Revit users and managers struggle with,” says Parley Burnett, INVIEWlabs director of technical solutions. “The program makes searching and parsing data from content libraries easier, with increased search result relevancy.”

Unifi also includes the ability to rate and submit standardized content requests while sharing content without replication issues, such as sharing speed degradation.

“We are so excited to share this innovative program with our customers and the world at large,” says Susan Brattberg, CEO of Global eTraining. “Unifi solves a lot of BIM collaboration problems, and we are pleased to offer comprehensive training to make Unifi more accessible to our customers.”

Company administrators who use Global eTraining can now easily distribute and track progress of Unifi learners through the admin panel. GeT training will also soon be accessible directly through Unifi’s support panel for seamless training integration inside the software.

Unifi is just one of many courses GeT plans to release throughout the year, as the company continues to grow its course database. Already a leader in Autodesk training, Global eTraining is actively expanding its BIM and professional libraries, using its patented course-building platform, The Generator. Global eTraining offers custom courses, as well as course-building solutions across industries.

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