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Autodesk Platinum Partner, Microsol Resources Announces New Boston Area Office

CHARLESTOWN, Mass., April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Microsol Resources Corporation, a recognized leader in CAD and building information modeling (BIM) solutions serving the architectural, engineering and construction industries, is pleased to announce the opening of its third office location in Charlestown, Massachusetts. By adding a Boston-area office to its existing offices in New York and Philadelphia, Microsol Resources expands its abilities to support firms in the Northeast of the United States.

Founded in 1986, Microsol Resources is an Autodesk Platinum Partner focused on helping customers design, simulate and analyze their ideas, increase operational efficiencies and maximize their return on investment in software solutions. It does this by offering best-in-class solutions from pre and post-sales support to consulting, training, implementation, and customization.  Microsol Resources was also recently designated as the Autodesk Partner of the Year for 2014.

"With the opening of a local area office we seek to  expand our ability to support the growing number of clients we have in New England," said Emilio Krausz, President, Microsol Resources. "We believe that our philosophy and our concept of what it means to be a  partner to our clients will enable us to continue our growth in New England. We plan to continue to demonstrate that we have empathy with and understanding of our customers' business needs, pain points, and goals."

"Microsol Resources not only understands our firm's software needs, but also understands the design industry as a whole. They have many suggestions on how we can improve and speed up our workflow process to help us be more efficient, and their ability to meet extremely demanding technical support needs of our firm is crucial to our company," said Tammy Hafen, the IT Director at Tsoi/Kobus & Associates. "They are a prime example of quality and dependable customer service for our CAD and BIM support needs. We are and have been very pleased with Microsol Resources and their team. We would not hesitate in recommending them!"

For additional information about Microsol Resources, visit www.microsolresources.com.

About Microsol Resources

Microsol Resources has been delivering integrated solutions to the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries for 27 years. It is a recognized leader in building information modeling (BIM) technology solutions, as well as an Autodesk Platinum Partner with offices in New York, NY and Philadelphia, PA and most recently in Charlestown, MA, with a professional staff of BIM/CAD Applications Experts focused on supporting the AEC community.

From technical support, to BIM implementation, basic and advanced training, standards development, model management services, staffing and 3D printing, our services are designed to address AEC firms' specific needs. For more information, please visit www.microsolresources.com.

Autodesk, the Autodesk logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries.

Further Information:
Anna Liza Montenegro
Director of Marketing, Microsol Resources
212 465 8734
[email protected]


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