27 Mar 2018

Forge Certified Systems Integrators Breakfast at OTC

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Autodesk recently held their annual One Team Conference in Las Vegas. This event focuses on diving deep into the latest product updates from Autodesk University with the teams that are on the frontlines helping customers. For the first time at this event, over 30 Forge Certified Systems Integrators and partners interested in the program got together for an exclusive session hosted by Forge strategy leads.

Emily Bartlett, Business Manager for Forge and Systems Integrator Program Lead, kicked off the session with a discussion on Forge fundamentals and what being a member of the Forge Systems Integrator Program entails. Then teams got technical as Shawn Gilmour, Director on the Forge Product team, gave the group a “sneak peek” into what services and APIs are being deployed next on the Forge platform. If you are curious about the roadmap, you can rewatch the recent webinar hosted by Forge Partner Development.


To close out the session, Ron Locklin, Director of Forge Business Strategy and Marketing, presented two awards to recognize Forge Certified Systems Integrators who have been outstanding partners in 2017.

  • Cad & Company won an award for “Most Forge Cloud Credits Used” having blown everyone else out of the water with the amount of activity they have on the Forge Platform.
  • CC Tech won the “Spotlight Award” for their work on Simulation Hub and their speed and agility in responding to requests.

Congrats to both CC Tech and Cad & Company on winning these awards! 





























Autodesk certifies systems integrators on the Forge platform so that customers have access to trusted support resources that can help them build solutions with Forge. Forge Certified partners have been trained by Autodesk experts and have a proven track record of successfully helping customers deploy custom cloud-based solutions that use Forge.

If you are interested in learning more about what a Forge Certified Systems Integrator is (or how to become one) please email forge.si.program@autodesk.com for more information.

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