U.S. CAD Recognized with 2018 Platinum Club Award
The Autodesk Worldwide Channel Sales Platinum Club recognizes best-performing resellers of Autodesk products in a number of categories
U.S. CAD, a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solutions consultant and Autodesk Platinum Partner, announces today that it has received a 2018 Autodesk Platinum Club award in the “Net Subscription Growth – USA” category. The recognition was awarded at the Autodesk One Team Conference, hosted in Las Vegas, Nevada in March 2018.
The Autodesk Platinum Club awards provide recognition to an elite group of high-performing companies that provide best-in-class service, top sales performance, and high customer satisfaction. U.S. CAD received this award as a result of achieving the highest net subscription growth, including both new opportunities and renewals, of Autodesk products and services of any reseller in the 2018 fiscal year.
“Our team is honored to receive this recognition,” states Daniel J. Counts, CEO of U.S. CAD. “We are proud of the effort put forth by our team to provide quality customer service and satisfaction. This award is a result of that unwavering dedication, and illustrates the passion we have for driving real business results for our clients.”
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