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New Award for IMAGINiT Technologies

Rand’s IMAGINiT Technologies earns Autodesk Simulation Specialization designation in US

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Rand Worldwide (OTCBB: RWWI), a company geered to providing technology to organize engineering design and information technology requirements, announced that IMAGINiT Technologies has been awarded the Autodesk Simulation Specialization designation.

IMAGINiT was the first Autodesk channel partner to receive this title in the Asia Pacific region and is now proud to announce it has also earned this formal designation in the United States.

“Adding this designation to a growing list of specializations underscores IMAGINiT’s approach of investing in our professionals who are trained to work strategically with clients to achieve their business goals.” said Bill Zavadil, senior vice president, worldwide services at IMAGINiT Technologies.

IMAGINiT has invested significantly in certifying members of their team. IMAGINiT Simulation Specialists are trained to work with Autodesk products to help clients improve collaboration, design better and safer products, save time and reduce manufacturing costs. By completing the required curriculum and training, as well as meeting high levels of service and standards, Autodesk once again recognizes that IMAGINiT experts are trusted business advisers to their clients.

“This coveted designation bestowed by Autodesk reconfirms our leadership position in the North American marketplace. It demonstrates our commitment to advancing our manufacturing clients through the adoption of new tools that help predict, validate and optimize their designs prior to manufacturing,” said Bill Zavadil.

About IMAGINiT Technologies

IMAGINiT Technologies is a division of Rand Worldwide, advancing the way architects and engineers design, develop, and manage projects. Having clients in the building, infrastructure, manufacturing and facilities management industries, IMAGINiT is one of the largest integrators of Autodesk 3D design and engineering software.

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