As the digital shift is accelerating, having a strong digital strategy in place offers immense potential. If it is properly harnessed.

With a comprehensive BIM & IT strategy, you can ensure that your organization is well equipped to take advantage of the benefits of digitalization.

Strategic Advisory

How we help you reach success with digital advisory

We help organizations master critical and complex processes using digital methods.

With proven solutions, we can give you an overview of your organizational needs, identifying opportunities, establishing a roadmap for improved communication and help you improve on organizational collaboration.

Our experienced advisors work closely with your team to implement new digital processes, tailored to your needs, to support development, operations and maintenance.

Our work is closely aligned with industry standards where people, process and technology are central for us to create user-friendly solutions that have a great impact on business, profitability and sustainability. Together we unearth the true power of digital!

Strategic Advisory

BIM & IT Strategy

Reveal new business opportunities and optimize operations with a digital strategy.

We help your business to adopt a data-driven BIM and IT strategy. With our expertise in digital technologies and industry knowledge, we enable business development through digital solutions.

Our focus is on providing strategic support and digital tools to optimize processes and streamline information flows. Based on our extensive knowledge in IT, change management, and industry processes, we are perfect guides towards a sustainable digital methodology that reduces unnecessary administration and simplifying tasks.

  • Guidelines and Documentation
  • Need Analysis and System Mapping
  • Feasibility studies and Implementation

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Guidelines and Documentation

Guidelines and industrialized processes for efficient organizations.

We provide guidelines that ensure effective information flows, and deliver rapid results to your organization. Based on a solid structure, we help you accommodate your prorerty data, for improved quality assurance, sustainability, and management.

We develop customized guidelines based on industry best practices and your specific quality and environmental standards, supporting decision-makers with a framework that delivers instant results.

Our approach helps many – developers, designers, and managers – to start projects off on the right foot and deliver reliable, profitable, and sustainable outcomes.

  • BIM process description
  • BIM project guidelines
  • BIM delivery specification

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Needs analysis & System Mapping

We initiate change with a systematic overview and enable informed decisions in your organization.

Zynka offers analysis and mapping services to provide insights of areas where improvement is needed. We work with a dedicated team to conduct interviews, workshops, and educational lectures to inspire and drive change. Our goal is to ensure that all stakeholders are fully prepared for a smooth transition.

Our work includes a comprehensive mapping of the organization’s systems, needs, and development opportunities.

This is compiled into a roadmap that outlines the activities and areas that can accelerate the organization’s digital information journey.

Our services include:

  • System mapping
  • Needs analysis
  • Digital roadmap

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Feasability and Implementation

Unlock your potential for success with executive power and industry expertise.

We know the importance of a thorough strategy to ensure a successful implementation. With our executive expertise and industry knowledge, we provide you with the tools and insights necessary to evaluate, plan, and execute your goals.

The services Zynka provides give organizations the ability to develop and advance through digital precision with GIS, BIM, digital twins, and connected buildings. With a proven track record, we have successfully implemented new technologies and processes throughout the construction and real estate industries.

Our services include:

  • Feasibility and pilot case studies
  • Requirements and procurement
  • Implementation and rollout projects


Widely applicable and valuable solutions

Customized for all types of organizations:

Applicable to all project needs:

  • Property Management Systems
  • Geographical information Systems
  • Building Information models
  • Sensors & Connected Buildings
  • Project Collaboration & Document Management
  • Business Intelligence & data Analytics

Digital tools to improve productivity:

  • Visualizations
  • Analytics
  • Quantities
  • Scheduling
  • Forecasting


Why digital advisory is key to success

Achieve maximum benefits to maintain momentum and optimize decisions with Zynka’s digital solutions.

Efficient prioritization
enabled by a systematic understanding of the present.

Improved decision-making
with the support of an advisor and data-driven insights

Enhanced sustainability
and reduced environmental impact with optimized planning.

Improved efficiency
with documented requirements and processes.

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Relevant Projects

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Questions and Answers

What is BIM?

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a technology and methodology for creating, managing, and sharing digital representations of the built environment. BIM involves the use of specialized software to create a digital model of a building or other construction project, which can be used for a wide range of purposes, including design, construction, and operations.

BIM is often used in conjunction with other technologies, such as geographical information systems (GIS) and the Internet of Things (IoT), to provide a more comprehensive view of the built environment. By integrating data from multiple sources and disciplines, BIM can help to improve the efficiency, quality, and sustainability of building projects.

The digital model created through BIM contains detailed information about the various components and systems of the building, such as its geometry, materials, and performance characteristics. This information can be used to simulate and analyze the building’s performance, and to support decision-making throughout the design and construction process.

How is BIM utilized in the construction industry?

Building Information Modeling (BIM) can be used in the construction industry in a number of ways.

Design and planning: BIM are used to create detailed digital models of building projects, allowing architects, engineers, and other design professionals to collaborate and create more accurate and efficient designs. The digital model can be used to simulate and analyze the performance of the building, and to identify potential issues or conflicts before construction begins.

Construction: BIM is used to manage and coordinate the construction process, providing real-time information about the location and condition of building components and systems. This method reduces errors and improves the efficiency of the construction process and supports safety and quality control.

Operations and maintenance: BIM are used to manage and maintain the finished building, providing real-time data on the performance and condition of the building’s systems and components. This helps building managers to identify and address potential issues before they become major problems and can improve the overall reliability and sustainability of the building.”

BIM is a valuable tool for the construction industry, providing a comprehensive, digital representation of the built environment that support decision-making and optimization throughout the building life cycle.

Who benefit from BIM in construction projects?

In a construction project, Building Information Modeling (BIM) can benefit a variety of stakeholders, including the owner, the design team, the construction team, and the facility management team. BIM allows these stakeholders to collaborate more effectively and to make better-informed decisions throughout the project lifecycle.

For example, BIM can help the design team to create more accurate and detailed designs, which can help to reduce the potential for errors and omissions. BIM can also help the construction team to coordinate their work more effectively, leading to improved construction efficiency and reduced risk of conflicts. In addition, BIM can provide valuable information to the facility management team, which can help them to maintain the building more effectively over its lifetime.