Microdesk Earns Autodesk Product Support Specialization


NASHUA, N.H. – January 29, 2013 – Design technology consultancy, Microdesk, today announced that it has earned the new Autodesk Product Support Specialization recognizing outstanding technical support capabilities. This designation is awarded to selected qualified partners of Autodesk, Inc., a world leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software.

As an Autodesk Specialized Partner, Microdesk has demonstrated that they have the ability to help customers implement Autodesk solutions faster, minimize downtime, and enhance their business performance.

“The Product Support Specialization highlights the high-quality support our consulting team consistently provides to our clients throughout the U.S.,” said Mike DeLacey, president of Microdesk. “Whether troubleshooting a basic software issue or helping to identify ways to more effectively leverage their technology, our team treats each client issue as mission-critical. And because our team is entirely comprised of industry veterans, we have an insiders’ perspective that enables us to provide smarter solutions driven by real-world experience.”

The new Autodesk Partner Specializations highlight Autodesk partner proficiency in delivering services in key industry areas. Specialization is achieved by completing rigorous curriculum requirements and training, as well as meeting required levels of service and standards set by Autodesk.

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Microdesk is a design technology consultancy that combines the leading software tools from Autodesk, Oracle, Google, Adobe and ESRI, with the latest methods, including Building Information Modeling and Virtual Design & Construction, to provide business and technology consulting services to help firms successfully plan, design, build and operate land and buildings. Microdesk is a member of the Autodesk and ESRI Developer Networks, a leading Autodesk and Oracle Primavera partner, and operates Autodesk and Google Authorized Training Centers. Microdesk has 12 offices nationwide, located in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, California, New York, Pennsylvania, Chicago and Washington, DC. For more information, visit www.microdesk.com.

 

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