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Customer integration – not only in times of COVID-19

We work with our clients, not just for them. From the formulation of the task to the planning and implementation, we closely involve our customers in the ongoing processes.

In times of COVID-19, project deadlines and work meetings with personal presence are severely limited. Virtually overnight, everyday life in many areas of business and private life has been extensively digitised. Tools that we used in our work processes even before the pandemic are increasingly being approved and used in a participatory manner by many customers who were previously less familiar with digitised processes.

Our innovative customer integration tools enable permanent and visual integration into the digital planning processes. This enables us to reduce coordination processes by around 30% and use the time for in-depth topics.

Our systemic approach enables you to digitally plan your building completely and consistently. Efficient, convenient and independent of location.

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Customer integration at Eller + Eller Architects
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