ProModel and Autodesk Announce New Co-Marketing Agreement

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ProModel and Autodesk collaborate together to provide greater visibility to joint efforts, including the new product, ProModel AutoCAD Edition, utilizing Autodesk factory assets, AutoCAD® & Inventor®

ProModel, a leader in optimization simulation technology, and Autodesk, a worldwide leader in design software, have agreed to a multi-year co-marketing agreement. The agreement will include worldwide marketing efforts and will benefit both companies’ mutual and potential customers by sharing marketing, existing product workflows, and distribution channels over a range of products and services.

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“Autodesk customers can build spatially accurate models in familiar Autodesk tools, then, using those very designs, easily optimize factory workflows to both increase throughput and reduce costs”

ProModel AutoCAD Edition is the culmination of a years-long partnership between ProModel and Autodesk. With ProModel AutoCAD Edition, you can quickly build a spatially accurate layout and process simulation model simultaneously all within AutoCAD, using factory design assets and the ProModel AutoCAD Add-in. Then, simulate the scaled model directly in AutoCAD with the click of a button. View results in the Output Viewer and easily make, test, and validate layout and process changes in AutoCAD. Finalize the model, then view it in 3D with Inventor and ProModel 3D Animator.

“Working together closely for years has resulted in Autodesk tools, including AutoCAD, Inventor, and Factory Design Utilities, being seamlessly integrated with ProModel’s leading factory simulation technology,” said Ken Foo, Autodesk Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships. “Autodesk customers can build spatially accurate models in familiar Autodesk tools, then, using those very designs, easily optimize factory workflows to both increase throughput and reduce costs,” Foo said.

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