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Event: Moving from AutoCAD to Smart Workflows with Vectorworks Software

Nemetschek Vectorworks takes aim at AutoCAD uses with free webinar that shows workflow advantages


Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc., has announced a new webinar event titled, “Moving from AutoCAD to Smart Workflows with Vectorworks Software.”  The webinar is free.

The description of the event reads: “Today’s design workflows demand tools that help you to expand your capabilities. Moving away from the limited workflows of AutoCAD® and toward more powerful alternatives can seem like a daunting task. This webinar will show you how easy that learning curve can be. The Vectorworks® 2013 software provides you with a comprehensive tool set that gives you the power to design and document with flexibility, versatility, and complete accuracy.”

Event Details & Registering

Webinar participants will learn or be introduced to the following:

  • Explore the differences and similarities between AutoCAD and Vectorworks workflows
  • Learn how to organize files and maintain greater control over critical information
  • Discover how to quickly navigate between 2D and 3D views within Vectorworks software
  • Learn how a California design firm successfully transitioned from AutoCAD to Vectorworks and is winning more clients as a result

01 - New Webinar directly challenges AutoCAD users to consider Vectorworks.

The webinar takes place 19 Feb 2013 at 2:00pm EDT. To register you can click here. To learn more or call you can dial 888-646-4223 or email [email protected].

Architosh Analysis

The competition within the Mac CAD space is heating up and this direct-marketing event is clearly a sign of it. It is also an educational opportunity for AutoCAD users to experience other platforms in a way that directly compares and relates the new information to what they already know. Such comparison events are very informative; even if you don’t care to consider alternatives the knowledge you gain often includes important insights about the application you already use today.

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