General Services Administration Awards Contracts to CADD Microsystems and DLT Solutions to Implement Autodesk Solutions for Real Estate Portfolio Management
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 26, 2006— Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced that its premier partners, CADD Microsystems, Inc. (CMI) and DLT Solutions (DLT), have been awarded two contracts by the Public Buildings Service (PBS) division of the General Services Administration (GSA). The contract will support the PBS’ Office of Real Estate Portfolio Management to develop and implement an enterprise-wide Computer Aided Facility Management (CAFM) system.
The contract awards are valued at $741,000 and a second award of $100,000 for the Autodesk software. CMI and DLT Solutions will implement Autodesk Map 3D 2007 and Autodesk MapGuide software products as the platform to address PBS’ needs for a national Web-enabled enterprise-wide spatial inventory system, a business-driven technical solution for facility management, and reporting across all PBS inventory.
“As the nation’s largest public real estate organization, the Public Building Service is tasked with effectively managing more than 300 million square feet of workspace for more than a million employees—a challenge that requires a robust combination of technology tools,” said Dave Rhodes, vice president of Autodesk Government. “CADD Microsystems and DLT Solutions is a powerful combination of experience in implementing Autodesk software for real property management solutions to meet the most demanding needs of federal agencies.”
About CADD Microsystems, Inc.
CADD Microsystems, Inc. is a Premier Solution Provider with more than 18 years of experience and commitment to design software solutions. CMI leverages best-of-breed software technology and practices to assist organizations in creating, managing and sharing digital design and geospatial data. Among CMI’s areas of government sector expertise are developing turn-key solutions for Real Estate Property and Asset Management.
About DLT Solutions
Founded in 1991, DLT Solutions delivers best of class technology solutions to federal, state and municipal governments and businesses from its headquarters in Herndon, VA. To achieve that mission, DLT has tightly integrated itself with some of the most prominent IT Software and hardware manufacturers in the world, including Autodesk,Google, NetApp, Oracle, Quest Software, Red Hat, SolarWinds and Symantec, among others. With its product portfolio, multiple procurement vehicles and award-winning track record, DLT confidently supports public sector clients in the technology implementation required to achieve their agency missions. DLT was recently honored as number one in the Term Software License category in the GSA IT Catalog of Top IT Contractors on GSA Schedule 70. For more information or to place an order, contact DLT Solutions at 888-358-4472; email email@example.com or visit www.dlt.com.
About Autodesk in Government
Autodesk has served the needs of federal and state/local government agencies for more than 20 years. Autodesk’s software solutions for Government integrate geospatial, manufacturing, design and engineering data with other critical information to reduce the time it takes to make informed decisions. In roles that include emergency response management, physical infrastructure design and protection, mission rehearsal, simulation and training, and asset tracking, Autodesk is a trusted partner to help agencies ensure mission success.
Autodesk, Inc. is a Fortune 1000 company, wholly focused on ensuring that great ideas are turned into reality. With seven million users, Autodesk is the world's leading software and services company for the manufacturing, building, infrastructure, media and entertainment and wireless data services fields. Autodesk’s solutions help customers create, manage and share their data and digital assets more effectively. As a result, customers turn ideas into competitive advantage by becoming more productive, streamlining project efficiency and maximizing profits.
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