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As a recognized global leader in Building Information Modeling, Autodesk is combining our expertise in BIM and Manufacturing to help building product manufacturers and fabricators manage complex projects, collaborate effectively, and deliver custom solutions for their clients in architecture and construction.
Manufacturers and custom fabricators are facing challenges on many fronts.
Challenge: getting products and services specified into projects and delivering greater value in an increasingly crowded market.
Challenge: improving communication and collaboration with architects, contractors and partners on increasingly complex projects.
Challenge: providing tailored solutions with cost-effective quoting, designing and configuring to precise specifications.
Challenge: delivering exceptional customer experiences and services, with improved quality, safety and timelines, at lower cost.
To overcome these challenges, companies are finding new ways to deliver value in a crowded marketplace.
Connecting BIM with product development processes helps manufacturers and fabricators collaborate better with architects, contractors and building owners. Interoperability between mechanical and architectural design software can expedite cross-discipline workflows and keep all the project team on the same page.
Design automation technology helps engineers to quickly adapt standard products to meet atypical requirements or develop custom, one-of-a-kind projects. Sales teams can rapidly configure and quote projects, and clients can weigh in on designs earlier, to ensure specifications are met.
Connecting CAD, CAM, and CAE technology can deliver exceptional customer experiences while improving both quality and safety. Integrated design and fabrication workflows can help improve product performance and accelerate the time from initial bid to building handover and commissioning.
Building Information Models hold all project data. BIM capability makes you more likely to be specified by architects and contractors for new projects.
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