BOSTON – INDOX Services has become an authorized ArchiCAD reseller for GRAPHISOFT, offering building information modeling (BIM) software and services in the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions.
INDOX Services brings over 75 years of innovative digital print and document management service to clients in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC). With offices in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Denver, INDOX offers a wide range of services to meet the needs of any size business in a variety of industries.
“In addition to providing traditional document services, we help our clients develop best practices in designing and documenting their projects,” said Ken Joyce, INDOX Services director of sales for AEC. “Our clients report significant productivity and innovation improvements when moving to ArchiCAD and BIM. We believe ArchiCAD is a route to increased productivity, accuracy, creativity, collaboration and sustainability.”
INDOX Services is the latest in a growing number of North American-based consultants to join the GRAPHISOFT Reseller Program. GRAPHISOFT, which already has a substantial North American customer base, is expanding rapidly in the region thanks to the company’s growing reputation and an innovative business model that makes 3D virtual building design accessible to more businesses and individuals.
GRAPHISOFT’s authorized resellers sell and support ArchiCAD, an industry-leading building design, simulation and collaboration software solution for the architectural and construction industries. Award-winning ArchiCAD is sold in over 80 countries and in 22 languages around the world.
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