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May 30, 2013

Major Autodesk reseller goes online and in-person to talk software updates

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Hagerman & Company to give Autodesk 2014 updates in 3 cities

Hagerman & Company, Inc., one of the nation’s largest Autodesk value-added resellers, said Thursday it will host a series of free webcasts and in-person events to highlight the latest advancements in Autodesk 2014 software.

Mt. Zion, Ill.-based Hagerman is a major software supplier to AEC and civil and industrial design firms, manufacturing companies, and government.

Hagerman is a 29-year Autodesk Value Added Reseller. It also sells and maintains Stratasys Dimension Series 3D printers.

The Discover What’s New webcasts are an hour long and cover topics such as what’s new in Autodesk 2014 software for manufacturing and AEC, as well as Autodesk Vault, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Revit Architecture, and others.

In-person events

Hagerman & Company will also offer three, half-day, in-person events, which will focus on Autodesk 2014 Manufacturing software, including AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Vault, Autodesk PLM and Autodesk Simulation.

Events will be held in:

  • Mishawaka, Ind. – Tues., June 11 – 8:30-11:45
  • Indianapolis, Ind. – Wed., June 12 – 8:30-11:45
  • Cincinnati, Ohio – Thurs., June 13 – 8:30-11:45

To register for an event, click here.

Autodesk, Inc. debuted in March its 2014 Design and Creation software portfolio with new reality capture software and services for architects, engineers and contractors to incorporate laser scans and digital photos into the 3D model design and engineering workflow more easily and affordably.

San Rafael, Calif.-based Autodesk is a global leader in 3D design software for manufacturing, building, construction, engineering and entertainment.

The new software suite, for the first time, combines BIM (building information modeling) and CAD tools to help building and construction professionals design, simulate, visualize, and build better buildings.

New to the Design and Creation Suites is Autodesk ReCap, a combination of reality capture software and cloud services that allows customers to bring the actual job site or physical objects into their design and engineering process. So, rather than beginning with a blank screen, designers and engineers can add, modify, validate and document their design process in context.

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