Pinnacle Infotech standardizes solutions on Autodesk

Autodesk, Inc., a world leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software announced that Pinnacle Infotech Solutions, is standardizing on Autodesk Building Information Modeling or BIM solutions across all sectors of its business. Based out of Durgapur in West Bengal, Pinnacle Infotech Solutions delivers BIM services to Architectural, Engineering and Construction industries internationally. The company is standardizing on a single BIM platform in order to achieve an integrated delivery model for its clients, and to improve manpower training and deployment.

The firm’s initial investment in Autodesk solutions provided a competitive advantage in delivering projects and savings, due to increased efficiency across the supply chain. In addition, the advantages of having an integrated delivery model for clients convinced Pinnacle Infotech Solutions to adopt Autodesk BIM solutions as a standard over multiple competing products in different project stages. Pinnacle Infotech Solutions investments in Autodesk technology include: Building Design Suite, Infrastructure Design Suite, Plant Design Suite, Fabrication CADmep Suite and Factory Design Suite. As well, Autodesk Consulting will guide Pinnacle Infotech Solutions’ BIM deployment, and share industry best practices around BIM processes and methodologies to improve productivity.

Sunil MK, Head AEC, Autodesk India & SAARC said, BIM is one of the most significant technology trends in Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) industries today. A recent survey by KPMG & RICS School of Built Environment stated that BIM adoption is gaining momentum in India with 22 percent of firms in AEC sectors adopting BIM. Given the scale of investments in infrastructure and construction projects in India, BIM would help us derive cost and time savings in such mega-projects, while ensuring sustainability. As a leading provider of BIM services, we are delighted that Pinnacle Infotech Solutions has decided to use Autodesk BIM to achieve its growth objectives.” He believes this will go a long way in promoting the adoption of BIM in India and other emerging markets.”

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