SAN RAFAEL, Calif - Autodesk (NASDAQ: ADSK), today announced that it has selected Lee's Summit Missouri-based, Mid-West CAD as Reseller of the Quarter for the Americas for the first quarter of fiscal year 2010. The designation recognizes the reseller not only for its sales performance and dedication to customer service, but also for the growth of its operations and its investments in the business of selling Autodesk software. Autodesk selected Mid-West CAD from among more than 100 resellers throughout the Americas.
"Mid-West CAD is very deserving of this recognition," said Bill Griffin, vice president, Americas Sales, Autodesk. "Not only did Mid-West CAD meet sales expectations, the company exceeded them with a 50 percent increase in year over year growth. That's not an easy feat in this economy."
Mid-West CAD is an Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider (PSP), Autodesk's highest level of authorization, and has served Kansas City and the Mid-states region as a dedicated Autodesk reseller since 1985. As one of Autodesk's oldest Authorized Autodesk Training Centers (ATC), Mid-West CAD has trained more than 10,000 students on Autodesk software.
"Our clients value our involvement throughout their Autodesk software experience in areas such as training, customer service, implementation and project specific mentoring," said Roger Roberts, president of Mid-West CAD. "We're committed to helping our customers innovate and succeed with Autodesk software, and we thank them for making it possible for us to receive this award."
Mid-West CAD works with customers in general and infrastructure design, architecture, engineering, construction and geospatial industries in commercial, government, and educational sectors. The reseller strives to keep its clients productive, efficient and competitive, delivering trainings such as full week sessions around Building Information Modeling (BIM) and arranging forums for CAD users to discuss best practices.
The company's client event, CAD Midwest Technology Expo, takes place for the 11th consecutive year on September 22nd, and will help users navigate fundamental technology shifts facing the CAD industry.
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