Hagerman & Company

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Hagerman & Company, a 28-year, value-added reseller of Autodesk software, has announced a series of Autodesk 2013 software release events. Lead the Way is the theme for launch events and webcasts hosted by Hagerman & Company throughout May and June to highlight the latest 3D CAD offerings from Autodesk.

The new releases of classic applications like Autodesk AutoCAD 2013 promise innovative features to increase productivity - many recommended by everyday users. Other popular topics to be presented include: the new services within Autodesk 360, Autodesk Inventor software, Autodesk Product Design Suite, Autodesk Plant Design Suite, Autodesk Vault, and the Autodesk Revit family of products. Autodesk 360 provides a broad set of features, cloud services and cloud-enabled products to help customers dramatically improve the way they design, visualize, simulate and share work with others - anytime, anywhere.

“Our launch events provide an excellent opportunity for our customers to connect with some of the best-informed minds in the CAD industry, including experts from Autodesk and our own solution engineers,” said Hagerman & Company CEO Dennis Hagerman. “These programs allow us to introduce the latest innovations in the products we offer to our wide-ranging family of patrons.”

The free, educational events include webcasts, live presentations and special user group meetings.

For more information or to register, visit: www.hagerman.com/upcoming_events/2013events.asp

Hagerman & Company, Inc., one of America’s largest value-added resellers of Autodesk software, will present a free webcast entitled Autodesk Vault Professional 2012 on March 23 at 1:00 pm CT.

The one-hour webcast demonstrates how workgroups can reduce time organizing files, avoid costly mistakes, and more efficiently release and revise designs using Autodesk Vault Professional, part of the Autodesk Solution for Digital Prototyping.

Users will also learn how Vault Professional enables workgroups to securely manage and track their digital prototypes, find and reuse data more effectively, manage and design revisions and control access to data.

The webcast will be led by Matt Lane, Hagerman & Company Director of Consulting Services who said, “Anyone who is interested in becoming more organized and efficient will want to take a look at what these products offer”, said Lane. “The Vault products will help keep team members at all of your locations and partner organizations on the same page.”

Registration for the March 23 webcast is now open. An on-demand recording of the webcast will also be made available on the Hagerman & Company website.

For more information or to register, visit: www.hagerman.com/upcoming_events/web_Vault_Pro_2012.asp

Hagerman & Company, Inc., one of America’s premier, value-added resellers of Autodesk software, will be a Platinum co-host of Autodesk University 2011. The three-day conference will take place November 29 – December 1 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.

Autodesk University (AU) is the foremost international learning and networking event for thousands of highly motivated Autodesk product users and managers from every industry.

In addition to the Platinum sponsorship, Hagerman & Company will hold an exclusive evening reception for its valued customers on Tuesday, November 29 from 6-8 pm at the SUSHISAMBA restaurant inside the Palazzo Hotel and Resort Casino. Attendees who list Hagerman & Company as a co-host during the registration process will be guaranteed an invitation to this annual event.

“Autodesk University is a valuable experience that our customers look forward to all year long,” said Hagerman & Company CEO, Dennis Hagerman. “We are very happy to once again serve as co-host for AU and welcome our community of friends and supporters to our annual reception.”

For more information about Autodesk University and Hagerman & Company, visit: www.hagerman.com or au.autodesk.com

Autodesk technology evangelist Lynn Allen will be the featured presenter at the Hagerman & Company Technology Showcase on March 30 at the Twelve Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Allen writes a monthly column in Cadalyst magazine called “Circles and Lines” and is the voice behind the popular Cadalyst videos “Tips and Tricks Tuesday with Lynn Allen”. A sought-after public speaker, Allen is the author of three books about AutoCAD software including the latest AutoCAD Professional Tips and Techniques (Sybex 2006).

The Showcase will be presented by Hagerman & Company, a 27-year Autodesk reseller that recently expanded its services to Atlanta and the Deep South. This free event will feature a variety of software labs and cover topics such as integrated project delivery (IPD) and Revit-to-Revit Collaboration Concepts, and products including Autodesk Inventor software, The Autodesk Plant Design Suite, Autodesk Navisworks, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and AutoCAD P&ID software. Guests will also have the opportunity to see the Dimension uPrint 3D desktop printer in action.

“The AutoCAD users in Atlanta are always so enthusiastic and on top of their game, Allen said, “I look forward to sharing my latest AutoCAD tips and tricks with them!”

Ms. Allen will present two sessions including, “A Look inside the AutoCAD Crystal Ball” and “AutoCAD: 60 Tips in 60 Minutes”

Hagerman & Company president Dennis Hagerman said, “It is a privilege to join forces with a specialist in our industry as highly regarded as Lynn Allen. We are thrilled to provide this unique opportunity for our family of customers in and around Atlanta.”

The event will run from 8:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and includes lunch and continental breakfast. Each guest will receive a free Lynn Allen Tips and Tricks book and a welcome gift, and will be entered for the grand prize drawing for an iPad 2. AIA credits are also offered for qualifying sessions. For complete details and registration, visit http://www.hagerman.com

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