December 01, 2011
Microdesk offers predictions and resolutions to help AECO firms address the industry's rapidly-evolving processes
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 — As 2012 approaches, Microdesk, a leading provider of business and technology consulting services to help firms successfully plan, design, build and operate land and buildings, has announced its list of Architecture, Engineering, Construction & Operations (AECO) industry predictions and a resolution for the upcoming year at Autodesk University.
Calling on their experience working closely with some of the nation's largest architecture, engineering and construction companies, Microdesk has compiled the following list of predictions that reflect the current technological innovations taking place in the AECO industry, highlighting trends that firms can stay ahead of in order to succeed in an increasingly competitive and tech-savvy market. The top five trends for 2012 that AECO companies should prepare for now include:
Microdesk speaks from a unique position as a committed partner to many AECO firms. With a team that includes architects, engineers, surveyors, GIS analysts, facilities and asset managers, IT experts and software developers, Microdesk is able to gather valuable insight into the entire lifecycle of the building process.
"We have a vision for the AECO industry," said Michael DeLacey, president of Microdesk. "It includes limitless opportunities enabled by today's technology and firms that are removed from the binds of the desktop. As we reflect on our predictions for continued technological innovation and adoption, AECO firms must also resolve to increase cross-company communication in order to interact and collaborate with each other in ways never before thought to be possible."
Microdesk is a design technology consultancy that combines the leading software tools from Autodesk, Oracle, Google, Adobe and ESRI, with the latest methods, including Building Information Modeling and Virtual Design & Construction, to provide business and technology consulting services to help firms successfully plan, design, build and operate land and buildings. Microdesk is a member of the Autodesk and ESRI Developer Networks, a leading Autodesk and Oracle Primavera partner, and operates Autodesk and Google Authorized Training Centers. Microdesk has 12 offices nationwide, located in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, California, New York, Pennsylvania, Chicago and Washington, DC. For more information, visit www.microdesk.com.
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