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Applied Software Earns Autodesk MEP Systems Engineering Specialization Designation

Applied Software Earns Autodesk MEP Systems Engineering Specialization Designation

Designation underscores firm’s success in supporting and educating customers in MEP design and BIM.


By Posted by Raissa Rocha, Associate Editor | January 25, 2013

Applied Software, a building information modeling (BIM) services provider as well as a provider of Autodesk 2D and 3D CAD products and services, announced it has earned the new MEP Systems Engineering Specialization designation for value added resellers (VARs) from Autodesk Inc. As an Autodesk Specialized Partner, Applied Software has shown it has made significant investment in its people, has a solid business plan specific to the specialization area, has strong customer references, and can provide a high level of knowledge and support to companies in the AEC industry.

The new Autodesk Partner Specializations enable VARs to highlight and brand their expertise in delivering services in key industry areas. By completing the required curriculum and training, as well as meeting required levels of service and standards set by Autodesk, companies can demonstrate what it means to be a trusted adviser to Autodesk customers.

“Earning the Autodesk MEP Systems Engineering Specialization certification is an important achievement and a testament to our extraordinary team of MEP systems engineering experts,” said Steve Foran, Applied Software’s VP of Operations. “This distinction verifies our success in helping customers get the most out of Autodesk products used for mechanical, engineering, and plumbing design projects, especially 3D design and building information modeling.” +

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