June 21, 2017

Introducing Autodesk Forge Certified Systems Integrators

Autodesk Forge certifies systems integrators that can help customers deploy cloud-based Forge solutions.

By Ron Locklin, Director, Autodesk Cloud Platform

Today at Autodesk University London, we have launched the Forge Systems Integrators Program, letting Forge customers identify partners that can help build out their Forge solution. These Forge partners have been trained by Autodesk experts and can help deploy cloud-based solutions with Forge by building software integrations with existing systems or developing custom Forge-powered solutions.

Forge Systems Integrators have access to Autodesk Forge training and support. They also get exclusive invitations to attend Autodesk Forge events and other promotional activities.

Current systems integrators enrolled in the program include:

AMC Bridge

CAD & Company


D3 Technologies

ProtoTech Solutions

IMAGINiT Technologies

The Autodesk Forge Platform is a set of cloud services that connects design, engineering, visualization, collaboration, production, and operations workflows. The Forge Platform enables small and large software developers alike to build intuitive cloud-powered applications, services, and experiences for the people making the world around us.

For more details on the program or if you’re interested in becoming a Forge Certified Systems Integrator, email forge.si.program@autodesk.com for more information.

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