Enterprise Priority Customer Events at AIA 2016

May 9, 2016 Adam Higgins

Autodesk Enterprise Priority customers can take advantage of two special events at AIA: Coffee Corner and an exclusive Executive Lunch.

Enterprise Priority Coffee Corners provide an opportunity to target key areas of your interest, connecting you with Autodesk Product Line Group leaders for topics you have identified through the EP communities as well as showcasing new product as what it means to your specific workflows.

 

Are you capturing your conceptual and computational designs in a way that can be used through the building information modeling (BIM) process, or are you starting over in construction documentation?

Join Stephanie Egger and Tom Vollaro, Product Managers of Autodesk BIM Generative Design Group to hear about Autodesk vision of “connected BIM” that goes beyond any one design phase and delivers an end-to-end solution that integrates the overall design process and reaches into the construction phase.

Learn more about roadmaps of FormIt 360, Dynamo, Insight 360, Project Fractal and Revit, with a look into the future of connect BIM solutions and earn 1 CE LU(learning unit).

Join peer to peer discussions regarding the current challenges of the architecture industry, and get answers for any questions you may have.

 

Guest speakers:

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Tom Vollaro
Senior Product Manager

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Stephanie Egger
Product Manager


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Join us for an exclusive Executive Lunch at AIA

12pm- 1pm May 19, by invitation only
Courtyard Marriott Philadelphia, Logan room


Enjoy an Enterprise Priority Exclusive Executive lunch at AIA with Phil Bernstein, VP of Autodesk Strategic Industry Relations, and the extended Autodesk team to discuss how our future is connected and how we can move the architecture profession forward together.

 

 

 

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BUILDING DESIGN

EP CUSTOMER ADVISORY MEETING at AIA

Thursday, May 19th, 1:30pm-2:30pm

Salon 1, Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown

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 Enterprise Priority Customer Advisory Groups provide: Customer driven peer-to-peer discussions concerning the effect of current business conditions on design and construction firms; A clear picture of Autodesk’s vision and business strategy and an opportunity to influence its direction; Early access to product roadmaps as well as access to Autodesk leadership

The Advisory Meetings take place quarterly (virtually or in person) and will foster continuous conversations throughout the year on the Autodesk Enterprise Priority Community.

Are you looking into technologies to support your building design, or are you researching methods to improve building performance, design processes to meet the future challenges? Your future is connected on many levels worth explorations and discussions.

Join your Enterprise Priority peers, and the Autodesk team -Angi Izzi, Sr Industry Strategy Manager, Anthony Hauck, Director of Product Line Management, and Matt Jezyk, Senior Product Line Manager for a discussion of “connect Future of Making Buildings” regarding how Autodesk solutions address your business needs connecting teams, insights, deliverables and technology.

 

I hope you can attend this special edition of the EP Customer Advisory Group at AIA, hosted by Industry Leads Manager Cindy Wang.

 

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Guest speakers:

 

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Angi Izzi

Senior Industry Strategy Manager

Architecture

 

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Anthony Hauck

Director of Product Management

Building Authoring

 

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Matt Jezyk

Senior Product Line Manager,

Conceptual Design

 

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