US: Exploring new opportunities to expand its business, Autodesk has come up with its Services Marketplace that can help clients train their team in architecture, engineering and construction industry. The service will enable Autodesk customers to prepare their teams to adapt to the industry requirements, which include customized training, hands-on implementation, workflow optimization assistance, or general IT services, and more.
The service will play a key role in connecting Autodesk subscribers to a range of services. The new service will provide a new and easier way to help Autodesk clients by connecting customers seeking to hire help from proven professionals, third-party service providers, offering choice, convenience and local help in one place.
How does it work?
With Autodesk Services Marketplace, you can search, select, and hire relevant, vetted providers who meet their specific criteria (industry, product, location, type of service). Once a provider is selected, the scheduling, payment, terms of the project, etc. stay directly between the person seeking the service and the provider.
What is Autodesk’s role?
The aim of the service is to connect the two parties. The job is to evaluate and vet the providers to ensure the Autodesk customers can connect with approved industry professionals available for hire. In the beginning, Autodesk is focusing on service providers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industries and will gradually expand into other industries over time.
The Services Marketplace will operate initially in English; however, services will be offered in other languages by providers from North America, Canada, parts of Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The participants include construction-specialized platinum and gold partners and AEC-qualified experts. To visit the Autodesk Services Marketplace, go here www.servicesmarketplace.autodesk.com.