Torrance, CA - AEC Factory is the newest addition to Autodesk’s Consulting Channel Services Program. Participation in this program will allow AEC Factory to be advisors and consultants to Autodesk users trying to implement architecture, engineering, and construction technologies, delivering world class consulting solutions by providing and implementing best practices.
“We are proud to be a part of this growing program that will allow us to provide even better consulting services to our clients and prospects. We are trusted advisors to our clients and have been providing consulting services since our inception, but with the backing of Autodesk, this solidifies our standing in the Autodesk channel and the Los Angeles AEC community,” Roger Charbonneau, Principal of AEC Factory said.
AEC Factory is an Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) and an Autodesk Value Added Reseller (VAR) exclusively servicing the Southern California Building Design and Construction industries’ technology needs. Focused on and headquartered in Los Angeles, AEC Factory partners with firms looking to implement and better use 3D collaborative Building Information Modeling (BIM) solutions such as Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Navisworks software. AEC Factory specializes in helping firms save time and money by assisting in the procurement and proper implementation of leading Autodesk software.
Autodesk hand selects partners who have demonstrated the highest quality consulting and training services to the AEC community to join their Consulting Channel Services Program. Qualifications for partners include employees with proven project management experience, a dedicated service manager, completed Autodesk training, and “above average” customer satisfaction scores.
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