Simms gets Bluebeam

Simms gets Bluebeam

Simms is the new distributor of Bluebeam Software’s products in New Zealand. The company will be responsible for distributing Bluebeam’s PDF production, editing and collaboration software solutions in the country.

“Bluebeam PDF Revu is a fantastic complement to our Motion Computing Tablet PC product range,” said Paul Johnston, Simms International’s managing director. “Simms is 100% channel focussed and delivering Bluebeam’s PDF solutions with our resellers to the market is an example of the value that Simms provides.”

According to Teresa Acosta, director of partner programs for Bluebeam, the company is “excited about the appointment of Simms”.

Bluebeam’s PDF Revu software will be available to New Zealanders through Simms and comes in two editions – Bluebeam PDF Revu Standard Edition, for general Office and CAD users, and Bluebeam PDF Revu CAD Edition, for AutoCAD, Revit and Solidworks users.

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