Corporate News Helsinki, Finland 31.01.2017: Solibri has today announced a new version of their popular Solibri Model Viewer (SMV). The new version – SMV Pro, is aimed at those individuals working in busy workflows who understand the need to share and collaborate with cloud-based issue management solutions. SMV Pro offers the ability to download and utilize the Solibri BCF Connector extension. This software is the perfect link for sharing and updating your workflow team with found issues from Solibri Model Checker. As part of the solution, the user can be known as their ‘Reporting Identity’ or registered name in Solibri Solution Center. (The current SMV free version only lists your email name from download). SMV Pro also offers ‘Issue Sorter’ – A simple way to reduce the effort in gathering and commenting on issues in BIM files. The user can utilize the ‘Issues View’ within the Sorter functionality to examine all issues in a selected presentation. By doing so, time is saved and more effective commenting takes place. “We consider the current Solibri Model Viewer to be one of the best free of charge viewers on the market. As part of the BCF industry taskforce, we have witnessed issue management to be a key customer priority. Introducing SMV Pro is one way to help address these issues. By paying a small monthly fee, customers will benefit from our enhanced viewer and can confidently contribute to the workflow.” States Pasi Paasiala, Solibri CTO. For more information visit www.solibri.com. About Solibri Solibri is the leader in BIM Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Providing out of the box tools for BIM validation, compliance control, design process coordination, design review, analysis and code checking. Solibri’s corporate message is to develop and market quality assurance solutions that improve the quality of BIM-based design and make the entire design and construction process more productive and cost effective. Solibri’s customers include major building owners, construction companies, architects and engineering firms in more than 70 countries.