Meridian Signs VAR Deal with TPM
Concentrating on architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) clients in the Carolinas, TPM will provide comprehensive software sales and professional services for Meridianâ€™s Prolog solution.
TPM provides a full line of solutions to the AEC, marketing and manufacturing markets serving both the commercial and public sectors. Solutions include project management software from Meridian Systems as well as 3D design software, output solutions, large format reprographic services, and other complementary products.
Meridian Systems, a Trimble Company, is a plan-build-operate technology solutions provider for project-based organizations. Building owners, construction and engineering firms, and public agencies use Meridian software to effectively manage capital building programs and facility assets.
Meridian offers construction project management and infrastructure lifecycle management solutions that reduce project costs and schedules across the plan-build-operate project lifecycle.
Michael Sproles, AEC division manager for TPM, said: â€œProlog software from Meridian will further extend the value that TPM delivers to our customers. As the industry and technology evolve, particularly around initiatives such as building information modeling, having the ability to offer a best-in-class solution like Prolog allows us to help our clients manage their digital data associated with their projects throughout the project lifecycle.â€
Geene Alhady, general manager of Meridian Systems, said: â€œLeveraging almost 40 years of construction industry technology experience, TPM can offer high-level consulting, training and support services to Meridian customers in the Carolinas. Specifically, TPMâ€™s knowledge of BIM will benefit our Prolog customers looking for complete workflow solutions between construction project management and building design processes.â€
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