Graphisoft and Its CEO Featured in TIME Magazine
Time Magazine's e-Europe Special Report profiled the company's and the people who are shaping the future of electronic commerce in Europe. Graphisoft President and CEO Gábor Bojár told the magazine how the company that started in his attic 18 years ago in Communist Hungary now has offices as far away as Japan and Brazil.
Graphisoft, called one of Europe's 22 High-Tech Hot Spots, was featured primarily because of its GDL technology, which is allowing building product manufacturers to offer intelligent electronic versions of their product catalogs over the Internet. These "branded" objects can then easily be downloaded into architectural projects, making it probable that the real products will later become part of the real building.
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Graphisoft is a leading provider of computer-aided design (CAD) software solutions for the architectural profession and the building industry. Founded in 1982, Graphisoft is ranked today among the largest AEC CAD software developers in the world, with 12 offices all over the world in addition to its headquarters. Graphisoft's flagship product, ARCHICAD, is used by more than 75,000 architects worldwide and distributed in 25 languages and 80 countries. Shares of Graphisoft are traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Neuer Markt under the symbol GPH. More information about Graphisoft is available at www.graphisoft.com.