Renga Software will cease support of the Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System at the beginning of 2021.
The Renga product management team is thrilled to share with you what’s new in Renga 4.2. This version release delivers new features and upgrades including the extended functionality for material hatches, enhanced IFC functionality, and many others.
The Renga product management team is exited to share with you what’s new in Renga 4.1. In the Renga 4.0 version we integrated our three products Renga Architecture, Renga Structure and Renga MEP into one single Renga BIM system. After just a month and a half the Renga Software product team is announcing the release of the new Renga 4.1 to all our current and future users.
The latest Renga release brings you enhancements and optimizations – including user requests — and a serious piece of new functionality. Read on to see what’s new in Renga 4.0.
It's spring 2019, which means it's been already 4 years since the release of the first Russian BIM system Renga Architecture, and we at Renga Software are having a little celebration. Constantly creating and developing robust building information modeling solutions we provide strong support for BIM technology adoption and implementation by Russian AEC industry. Hasn't been that long since the very first release of our architectural application, but we can tell you, we hadn't been sitting around doing nothing: 3 efficient software solutions to benefit architects (Renga Architecture), designers (Renga Structure) and MEP engineers (Renga MEP), 17 system upgrades and impressive list of nearly 300 features aimed to help users generate consistent, coordinated, and complete model-based building designs and documentation.
In this article we shall glance at Renga user experience and explore software development and all the enhancements over the past year.