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Autodesk Strikes Services Deal with Army Corps of Engineers; Bill Goodson Comments

Bill Goodson

Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers  have agreed to a multiflex, enterprise license agreement for Autodesk-provided products, services and training.

The three-year deal is valued at $6 million over a three-year period and includes access to a number of Autodesk’s products.

“We are extremely pleased to further strengthen our long-standing relationship with the USACE with this agreement, ” said Bill Goodson, vice president, North American public sector and utility sales, Autodesk. “Autodesk software plays a vital role in helping USACE provide quality and responsive engineering services to over 37, 000 employees in 90 countries worldwide. This agreement ensures USACE will have full access to the latest innovative Building Information Modeling (BIM) software tools and professional services to support its national defense mission. The flexible and concurrent licensing Autodesk is offering the USACE will provide better asset management and version control.”

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