Senior Marketing Manager, Emily Scherbenski, shared some good news with me. Next week we are kicking off a weekly Forge webinar series called "Forge Partner Talks." Each webinar will be an hour long and feature a panel of partners who have built innovative solutions on Autodesk Forge. The Forge platform helps you unlock the power of your design and engineering data so you can connect teams, workflows, and build new services to address today's connected customer. These webinars are open to everyone and include representation from both Product Design and Manufacturing and Architecture, Engineering, and Construction.
The inaugural session on May 6 will focus on the topic of "Digital Twins" and representatives from Capgemini, Moicon, and VueOps will be joining me to discuss how their digital twin solutions have brought efficiency, collaboration, and cost savings to customers.
You can register for one webinar or all of them, depending on what you are interested in:
Forge Partner Talks: Digital Twins (May 6 @ 7am PST/4pm CET)
Digital twins were one of the top ten tech trends last year, according to Gartner and Deloitte. Come and hear from Forge partners who have built or leveraged successful digital twin solutions — and see how you can too.
Forge Partner Talks: AR/VR (May 13 @ 7am PST/4pm CET)
See how leading Autodesk partners are bringing Forge-powered AR/VR solutions to the design and make space – and learn how these solutions can benefit you.
Forge Partner Talks: Configurators (May 20 @ 7am PST/4pm CET)
Hear from Forge partners who have increased their customer satisfaction by creating Forge-powered configurators – and see how providing similar customization tools to your customers can help you maintain your competitive edge.
Forge Partner Talks: Dashboards & Insights (May 27 @ 7am PST/4pm CET) It's all about the data! Discover some of the innovative dashboards our top Forge partners have built, and see how these types of solutions can help you better visualize your data, draw insights, and be more profitable.
Webinars are alive in the lab.