Imagine…you work for a firm that doesn’t have a dedicated Revit Manager. There are nearly fifty of you toiling away with Revit now, things are busy, business is growing. That’s great!
Still, management isn’t interested in having a dedicated Revit Manager. The current solution is to divide up the things that person would do across three power users in the office. A year or so ago when there was about thirty people it didn’t seem like a problem, as much.
Can you help your firm justify a Revit Manager?