ATLANTA, Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Software, a leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) services provider as well as a provider of Autodesk 2D and 3D CAD products and services, announced today that three of its BIM experts will be lecturing at Autodesk University 2012 to help Autodesk Revit software users learn new ways to leverage the solution to improve productivity. The conference will be held at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, November 27-29, 2012.
Autodesk University is where design professionals from around the world attend classes, keynotes, product demonstrations, exhibits and networking events. Attendees can share ideas, work together to solve problems, and form professional relationships that they might not otherwise have. Attendees also get year-round access to over 650 online classes on the Autodesk University website.
Applied Software will present multidisciplinary lectures targeted at architects, engineers (structural, civil, mechanical, electrical and plumbing) and other design professionals who are using Autodesk Revit solutions. In addition, members of the Autodesk Revit Structure software development team, led by Brian Johnson, P.E., Autodesk's technical specialist for Structural Engineering Solutions, will be present at Applied Software's roundtable discussion on using Autodesk Revit Structure for cloud analysis.
Presenters from Applied Software and their topics include:
- Michael Massey & Rabi Sidawi: "Who Owns That? Best Practices for Coordinating All Disciplines"
- Michael Massey: "Schedules: Beyond the Basics"
- Michael Zeeveld & Rabi Sidawi: "Autodesk 360 Structural Analysis for Autodesk Revit"
- Michael Zeeveld: "Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013: New Features"
- Michael Zeeveld & Rabi Sidawi: "Autodesk Revit Structure: Cloud Analysis" (roundtable)
"Lecturing at Autodesk University is always a pleasure and one of the highlights of our year," said Steve Foran, VP of operations at Applied Software. "Through the years, our classes have proven to be very popular with all levels of Autodesk Revit users, from beginners to advanced practitioners. We strive to develop lectures comprised of practical insights and tips that participants can take back to their offices and immediately implement to increase their productivity with Autodesk solutions. We're especially excited that the Autodesk Revit Structure development team will be attending our roundtable to talk with customers and hear their suggestions for product enhancements."
For more information about the Autodesk University 2012 conference and exhibition, please visit http://au.autodesk.com/?nd=au_las_vegas_2012.
About Applied Software
Applied Software is one of the largest Autodesk resellers in the Southeastern United States. It is also one of the nation's leading providers of Building Information Modeling (BIM) services including BIM modeling, analysis, training, integration and mentoring, and provides Digital Prototyping solutions to manufacturers. Since its founding in 1982, Applied Software has helped more than 5,000 commercial, academic and government clients achieve high performance and growth. Applied Software's comprehensive array of solutions and services includes product updates, education and a dedicated staff of sales and services professionals. Applied Software is also a holder of a GSA BIM Services IDIQ contract to provide a full range of BIM services to the federal government. Applied Software was awarded Autodesk Platinum Reseller of the Year in 2011. Over the years, it has received numerous Platinum and other recognitions from Autodesk, including again being honored in 2012 as a Platinum Club award winner.
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SOURCE Applied Software