Deal Will Enable Autodesk Seek Web Service to Accelerate Engagement with Network of Building Product Manufacturers
SAN RAFAEL, Calif : Further enhancing its portfolio of solutions for building information modeling (BIM), Autodesk, Inc. , a leader of design innovation software and technologies, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of BIMWorld, a privately-owned business specializing in the production and distribution of branded BIM content for building product manufacturers.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Autodesk plans to combine BIMWorld with Autodesk Seek, its online source for building product design information that allows architects and engineers to
search, select and specify building products directly from their design applications. Autodesk Seek is a search-based Web service available in the 2009 U.S. versions of Autodesk's Revit-based software applications for BIM, as well as AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD MEP software. Autodesk Seek is also available through standard browsers at http://seek.autodesk.com.
"The vision for Autodesk Seek is to be a leading online destination and one-stop-shop for high quality building product information and design files," said Jeff Wright, Autodesk senior director of Content Solutions. "By joining forces with the BIMWorld team, we will strengthen the leadership of Autodesk Seek as a powerful marketing solution for building product manufacturers, and by further leveraging our strategic content partners, accelerate designers' access to a breadth of rich product information and design files for use during the design process."
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