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A2K Announces New Cloud Collaboration Training Course

It is with much excitement that A2K announces our new Cloud based training course.

Collaboration for Revit with BIM 360 Team

This 3-hour course is conducted as an interactive, online training, and covers what you need to know to collaborate with other Revit design professionals over the cloud. Using Autodesk’s Collaboration for Revit platform, project files are uploaded into a project space, team members added, and the files are worked on. You will learn how this design information is published to BIM 360 Team, where other project members can contribute with their design review feedback.

Register today to attend our inaugural Revit & BIM 360 Team online training course.

Date: 11th December 2017

Time: 1:00 pm AEST (QLD), 2:00 pm AEDT (NSW, VIC & TAS), 11:00 am AWST (WA).

Register Now

Here’s your opportunity to fully understand these tools and maximise efficiency.

More about the products

Autodesk Collaboration for Revit (C4R) and Autodesk BIM 360 Team are two different but related cloud services.

Collaboration for Revit is a Cloud service. It gives Project Team members from multiple disciplines and multiple locations multi-user co-authoring access to centralised Revit models.

With C4R there is no complex /costly IT setup required, and being cloud based, there are no Fire Wall barriers, meaning today’s costly and inefficient work-arounds such as using FTP sites, email with attached PDFs etc., are eliminated.

BIM 360 Team extends viewing, commenting, and mark-up capabilities to the whole Project team, even non-Revit users.  Share and view models instantly from anywhere and from any device.

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A2K Technologies is an industry-leading solutions, training, consulting and management firm specialising in the design technology space. With a multi-million dollar turnover and over 150 staff across Australia, New Zealand and China; A2K Technologies is Australia’s largest Autodesk re-seller.

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