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Linkage Design Becomes an Autodesk Value-Added Reseller

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DETROIT — Linkage Design Tuesday announced it has become an authorized Autodesk value-added reseller. This allows Linkage to expand its advanced technical offerings by adding Autodesk design software for its transportation design customers.

Linkage Design’s qualified staff demonstrates in-depth technical and industry knowledge and a commitment to customer service, and provides its customers with the world’s leading 2D and 3D digital design software solutions, as well as the highest quality training and support.

“This expansion of services allows Linkage to further solidify its client relationships by continuing the commitment to our ‘care and attention’ mandate for customers and employees,” said Linkage Design’s CEO Michael Check. “It’s yet another way we always deliver.”

Linkage Design is one of the leading providers of design resources with an emphasis on providing these resources combined with the use of advanced digital design software solutions. With offices in Detroit, Greensboro, N.C., and the United Kingdom, Linkage Design provides 3D digital modeling, reverse engineering from scan, feasibility studies, and concept creation.

Autodesk carefully selects VARs to help ensure a strong partner network capable of superior, responsive service. Today, there are more than 1,700 resellers serving more than 9 million Autodesk users worldwide with exemplary proficiency in the demonstration, installation, and support of Autodesk products. Authorized Autodesk VARs gain a dependable partner in Autodesk, receiving incentives, marketing support, training for sales and technical representatives, and business planning and management.

“We welcome Linkage to our team and look forward to working with them closely to serve Autodesk customers together,” said Autodesk vice president of global services Callan Carpenter.

More at www.linkagedesign.com.

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