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  • Jani Viljoen
    Jani Viljoen
    Director: Professional Services

    Jani is our resident “BIM Queen” who’s earned her title from her early adoption of Autodesk Revit and her advocacy for using BIM intelligent tools and processes. She leads our team of vibrant technical consultants and together with her team enjoys challenging the status quo & implementing new and innovative ways of designing and information management on projects.

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 16 Apr 2021
  • Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am



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16 Apr 2021


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Autodesk Construction Cloud 101: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Autodesk announced their new Autodesk Construction Cloud platform and products in November 2020, and from February 2021 these new product offers are now available for use in South Africa. The introduction of Autodesk Docs (Common Data Environment solution) in the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection and the new Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro (NextGen BIM 360 Design) left many Autodesk subscribers like yourself with questions. What are the changes, what impact does it have on your existing package, and what are the benefits of these changes? If any of these questions resonate with you, then you should attend this informative webinar which will be presented by Baker Baynes Director of Professional Services, Jani Viljoen.

This webinar will provide answers to some your most frequently asked questions, as well as demonstrate how to get started with Autodesk Docs for our AEC collection users.

Event Highlights and Take-Aways:
-Set up your organisation’s own Autodesk Construction Cloud Hub and Autodesk Docs project
-Clarity around the changes and improvements on the Autodesk Construction Cloud Platform
-Understand the difference between BIM 360 platform and Autodesk Construction Cloud

Who should attend?
-Build Environment Professionals using AEC Collection
-Autodesk BIM 360 Design Users
-Architects, Engineers, and Project Managers

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