Asite welcomes Dandara into the Cloud

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My Business in the Cloud package moves Property Developers Dandara into the Cloud courtesy of the feature rich Adoddle platform.


Adoddle is a mature and full-featured Project Portfolio management system which is designed to handle a wide range of content from multimedia supplier catalogues running into the millions of line items, video, complex BIM and product models, and files of all types. Adoddle allows you to store all of your content in one central, secure repository and enables customers to fully customize the structure of their content with highly controlled access.


About Dandara 
Dandara was established in 1988 from the desire to provide innovative homes and commercial properties, which would offer real value for money without compromising on design, durability or quality. 26 years later and they are now one of the UK’s largest independent property development companies, with over 10,000 happy customers and more than 60 industry awards for design and quality – and it’s all thanks to the vision and passion of their dedicated team.


About Asite
Formed in 2001, Asite helps people share information and build knowledge in a secure environment in the cloud. Every day, people all over the world use Asite to manage their projects and supply chains collaboratively to get the information they need – when and where they need it. As 2014 is now “the year of Adoddle” the Asite team Officially Launched Adoddle 17 on March 17th in Tech City’s Shoreditch Town Hall. Asite are set to change the face of Collaborative Software in the Cloud; with 360° clarity, drag & drop simplicity Adoddle 17 users are no more than few clicks away from their data.


Are you an SME? Interested in finding out more about Adoddle? Join our Breakfast Seminar in September!


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