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Synergis Forms Alliance to Deliver Advanced Online Training for Specialized Autodesk Solutions

QUAKERTOWN, Penn., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Synergis Engineering Design Solutions, a division of Synergis Technologies, LLC and an Autodesk Inc. highest-rated value-added reseller in the Americas, today announced that it has formed an alliance with three other Autodesk Channel Partners and Authorized Autodesk Training Centers for the delivery of online, live, interactive Autodesk solutions training.

This alliance along with D3 Technologies of Springfield, MO; Ketiv of Brea, CA; and MasterGraphics of Madison, WI; will provide robust online learning opportunities to users of more advanced and specialized Autodesk design and simulation tools. As Autodesk Specialized Gold and Platinum partners, each firm has demonstrated in-depth technical and industry knowledge and a commitment to the high quality training and support.   

The instruction to be offered by this group of partners is being marketed under the brand name Virtual Advanced Training ACADemy and is scheduled to begin March 31, 2014.   Classes can be viewed and registered for on the www.synergis.com/training/schedule. Using Autodesk-approved courseware, instructors will leverage Adobe Connect—to provide the latest virtual classroom technology—and a very small class size—to facilitate advanced training, including one-on-one instruction as needed.  A significant advantage of Adobe Connect is that students can see both the instructor's desktop and their own desktops and applications, thereby simulating a real-world classroom environment. This technology also enables more engaging interaction in the classroom which is conducive to learning and, more importantly, knowledge retention.

"For our Virtual Advanced Training ACADemy offerings, we're pleased to offer more advanced and specialized course topics for our clients," said Kristen Tomasic, vice president of Synergis Engineering Design Solutions. "As more and more customers turn to alternate media for learning—such as on-demand training, DVDs, e-Books, etc.—we've determined that we could best meet the needs of our valued customers by combining the expertise, experience, and knowledge from our four companies. Each of us specializes in different Autodesk solutions, and we have a long history of partnership among our companies, making this both time and cost effective for our organizations and customers across the markets we serve."

To learn more about the alliance name and courses offered, visit our website at www.synergis.com/cad.

About Synergis Engineering Design Solutions
Synergis Engineering Design Solutions, a division of Synergis Technologies, LLC, provides customers solutions to make them more productive, competitive, and profitable.  Synergis is among the most elite of the Autodesk Value Added Resellers and holds privileged recognition as an Autodesk Platinum Partner, Autodesk's highest level of certification, for the expertise, training and services it provides for the manufacturing, AEC and education communities; Autodesk Consulting Specialized Partner; and Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC).  Companies in these industries turn to Synergis for Autodesk software, and the highest quality training, professional services, and support available to help them stay ahead. For more information on Synergis Engineering Design Solutions, visit www.synergis.com/cad or call 800-836-5440.

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