Autodesk appoints Saudi distributor
Riyadh, August 27, 2009
Autodesk, a leader in 2D and 3D design software for the manufacturing, building, media and entertainment markets, has appointed Omnix International as distributor for Saudi Arabia.
The channel network expansion is a part of Autodesk’s aims to boost its share in the kingdom’s design software market.
In line with its expanded business relation with Autodesk, Omnix will focus on distributing, implementation and promotion of design solutions, including AutoCAD, as well as manufacturing solutions.
With construction contracts in Saudi Arabia expected to increase by 15.4 per cent from $52 billion in 2008 to reach $60 billion in 2010, the company has committed to maximising the opportunities within the market by undertaking various initiatives such as educating Saudi-based organisations on the benefits of Autodesk’s unique solutions in their performance and results.
“Autodesk solutions have proven, time and again, their effectiveness in helping design professionals in optimising the outcome of their collaboration to build structures that are not only efficient but are environmentally-sound as well,” said Dr Jayant M Deshpande, director, CAD Division, Omnix.
The AutoCAD 2010 is a portfolio of industry specific solutions for conceptual design, drafting and detailing, which are designed to improve the output of veteran users while allowing new users to become productive more quickly.
“We are optimistic that this step will benefit many users from across the kingdom who are in need of efficient tools to maximise their resources,” concluded Fares Abdulaziz Al Fares, channel manager - Saudi Arabia, Autodesk Middle East.-TradeArabia News Service
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