Infrakit is a Prize Winner in The Quality Innovation of the Year Competition

Mar 30, 2016 Mark

Press Release ( - HELSINKI, Finland - Mar 30, 2016 - A Finnish software company came second in the International Quality Innovation of the Year Competition. Just few months earlier they won its category in the national competition. The winners of the competition passed a strict methodology of evaluation based on their novelty value, usability, learning, customer orientation and effectiveness. The winners were chosen by the chairmen and CEOs of the participating national Quality Associations via a rigorous voting process.

The jury explained Infrakit’s strengths to be the vast scale of opportunities it provides for construction companies through real-time and transparent tracking features. On top of that, Infrakit creates a reality-based and up-to-date view to the on-going projects when changes and newer version of designs are updated into the system. With Infrakit, both project owners and construction companies can be sure to finish their road and rail projects according to designs, under budget and faster.

Infrakit is the main product of DCS Finland Oy, a cloud platform for infrastructure project management. It offers a solution on how to utilize BIM workflow in road and rail construction projects and makes them real-time and available for all relevant personnel. For more information, visit:

Source : DCS Finland Oy Follow on Google News
Business Info :
DCS Finland
Kutomotie 16
Helsinki, Helsinki - 00380 Finland
Phone: +358405423028
CATEGORIES : Construction


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