Asite welcomes Spink Property into the Cloud

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Spink has chosen Asite's Project Portfolio Management platform Adoddle as their number one supplier for Corporate Collaboration.


Spink Property is a privately owned design and development company that produces beautifully designed and intricately detailed homes for the most discerning buyers.


Founded in 1992, Spink Property is the most experienced high value residential property developer in the UK with a staff of 60 multi-disciplinary professionals including 20 architects. The company has completed over 150 projects in central London, particularly in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, and is currently engaged in providing bespoke homes elsewhere in the UK.


“Adoddle was chosen for its ease of use and comprehensive functions compared to competing platforms" David Brown, Lead Architect at Spink Property


About Asite


Asite helps people share information and build a knowledge base within 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.


Asite’s SaaS platform, Adoddle, is a mature and full-featured content 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.


The Asite team Officially Launched Adoddle 17 on March 17th at Tech City’s Shoreditch Town Hall. Asite are set to change the face of Collaborative Software in the Cloud; with 360° clarity and drag & drop simplicity, Adoddle 17 users are no more than few clicks away from their data.

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