What Do You Design? Autodesk University 2014 is For You

Announcement
November 6, 2014

This year, Autodesk is bringing design by discipline in sessions and tracks that will benefit your specific design workflow and processes. Everyone will benefit from over 140 exhibitors and fruitful networking with industry peers. Learn more by industry below: Manufacturing Design Learn about trends that are transforming Manufacturing, including additive manufacturing, crowdsourcing, and advanced automation. […]

Manage processes, projects, and people with Autodesk PLM 360

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October 31, 2014

PLM 360 has quickly become a tool that our customers are finding customizable, scalable, and valuable for many applications to design and business processes. From tracking Bill of Materials to collaborating with teams across the globe, PLM 360 completes the product lifecycle allowing you to increase your innovation while reducing email, errors, and delays in […]

Synergis University 2015 – Open for Early Registration

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October 30, 2014

Save the date for Synergis University 2015 and register now to save money and secure your seat! Date:  June 3, 2015 Location: The Sands Hotel, Bethlehem, PA Yes, we will be at the Sands again this year and are organizing over 35 sessions to bring you the most up to date information, tips, and topics […]

Tell Autodesk All About It

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October 7, 2014

Our helpdesk receives questions about the functionality of Autodesk products every day.  Most of the time, we work to assist the design process and workflow with the tools available.  There are times that our customers think of features or updates that would work better for them in a product.  We do pass this information on […]

Join us in Boston: Accelerate 2014 with Autodesk PLM 360

Manufacturing
September 12, 2014

The Autodesk PLM 360 team is excited to announce the very first PLM 360 user conference! Accelerate 2014 will bring together your peers, manufacturing industry analysts, and thought leaders in the field of PLM for a day and a half of networking, learning, and sharing of strategies for success with PLM 360. What: Autodesk’s First […]

A Quick Look at Autodesk Subscription Options

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September 5, 2014

If you have had Autodesk for a while, then you know that for many years Autodesk Subscription has been the most affordable way to continue your software and get the updates each year.  Recently, Autodesk added a ‘rental’ version of the software now known as Desktop Subscription.  Learn more about this option in this previous […]

Synergis Selected as Autodesk PLM Advisor

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September 3, 2014

Synergis recently earned recognition as an Autodesk PLM 360 Advisor by demonstrating proven expertise and customer success in implementing, training, and supporting the Autodesk PLM 360 software platform.  With dedicated PLM 360 resources and specific knowledge of Product Lifecycle Management, Synergis is one of only a few resellers able to offer this service and support. […]

Software: To Buy or To Rent?

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August 26, 2014

Last year, Autodesk started offering its software as a pay-as-you-go in addition to the traditional software purchase.  We received a lot of questions about this option and whether it is the best fit for different customers.  Fortunately, the Line/Shape/Space Blog from Autodesk created this infographic to help you decide if buying or renting is your […]

5 Things to Know about Autodesk Cloud Credits

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August 4, 2014

Autodesk Cloud Credits allow you to use services like cloud rendering and simulation. We get a lot of questions around cloud credits so we wanted to give you the most relevant information to motivate you to try the cloud components today. You can see all this information and more on the Autodesk Knowledge Network page […]

Where is Autodesk Headed with 3D Printing?

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July 21, 2014

Earlier this year, Autodesk announced that they would be entering the hardware market with a 3D printer.  Why would Autodesk choose to move from software to hardware?  Does it make sense for businesses to consider the hardware as they look forward to 3d printing solutions? Carl Bass, Autodesk CEO, explains why the move to hardware […]