Must-Know Manufacturing Trends!

July 02, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

The Future of Making Things is taking shape in front of our eyes. We see it every day as designers and engineers use new technologies to design, refine products, and bring them to market. Those changes are picking up speed across the manufacturing landscape and they’re disrupting companies that don’t embrace new ways of thinking about product development. 

On August 13, 2015, at the  University Tower - President's Room on the IUPUI Campus in Indianapolis, Indiana, Advanced Solutions will host an opportunity for you to engage in the future through the eyes of the technical experts from Autodesk. 

Tagged with innovation, process, productivity, Product Innovation, process improvement, product development, Manufacturing, News & Events, Autodesk, The Future of Making Things, trends

Looking for More Innovation and Productivity in Construction?

June 09, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

Look no further... Autodesk is hosting a monthly construction focused webcast series called, Construction Innovation & Productivity!

With the productivity gap impacting today's construction industry, Autodesk has designed this series to focus on topics from construction documentation to field execution, addressing the many concerns and offering valuable solutions. 


Tagged with innovation, productivity, webinar, AEC, BIM, News & Events, construction, Autodesk

Are you in the Club?

September 15, 2014 By April Raque Leave a comment

Are you asking yourself, "What Club?"


Tagged with Autorized Training Center, Continuing Education Units, productivity, Autodesk Certified, Training, ATC, Tech Support, CAD Club, AEC, Infrastructure, CEUs, performance, Advanced Solutions, Manufacturing, News & Events, Autodesk, education, PIOLT

Ken Stowe to Lead LIVE ROI of BIM Workshop

September 04, 2014 By April Raque Leave a comment

For all of the hype around Building Information Modeling (BIM), you would expect industry engagement to be at a record high. Although the adaptation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has skyrocketed throughout the industry, the engagement still continues to be slowly building momentum. To encourage the engagement of BIM in the industry, Ken Stowe, Autodesk Director of Global Construction Business Development, has developed a live simulcast workshop to discuss how leading construction professionals are measuring the ROI of BIM.

Ken Stowe
Autodesk Director of Global Construction Business Development

If you are...

  • Interested in achieving higher performance in your projects and businesses through Building Information Modeling
  • Wanting to understand the financial benefits of using BIM across a project
  • Unsure of the key stepping-stones of BIM
  • Motivating your team to adopt BIM practices
  • Creating performance initiatives for your projects

...then this is the workshop for you!

At this event, you will learn how to successfully measure the ROI of a BIM project. Ken will address the stepping-stones to BIM maturity and the methods you can use to motivate your organization, including reporting on BIM quality, stakeholder responsiveness, and threats to productivity. You will also learn how to use metrics to help make informed decisions, drive improvement, and develop performance-based initiatives that measure and improves results.

Advanced Solutions will be hosting the live simulcast at three of its locations on September 30th from 11:45am - 3:00pm (EST), including a lunch buffet for you to enjoy while you learn. Ken will begin streaming live from Waltham, Massachusetts at 12:00pm (EST).

If you are in Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY or St. Louis, MO on September 30th, please join us for this amazing opportunity. Click here for more details or to register, today!


Tagged with ROI, business development, Building information modeling, live, productivity, Ken Stowe, event, AEC, BIM, improvement, performance, Advanced Solutions, simulcast, News & Events, construction, Autodesk

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