Seattle, WA, July 15, 2019 – Microsol Resources Corporation, an Autodesk Platinum Partner and recognized leader in CAD and BIM solutions—announces the expansion of its operations to the West Coast.
Recognizing the high demand by the West Coast architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) community for a support-driven value-added partner focused on the successful implementation of CAD and BIM tools, Microsol Resources has begun to offer its software and services solutions out of Seattle, WA. This effort is being led by Lynn Shultz, an Account Executive with 10 years of experience and industry knowledge who is moving back home after supporting Microsol Resources’ New York and Boston clientele.
“We have been delivering world-class customer-focused support to our AEC clientele on the East Coast for over 30 years,” said Emilio Krausz, President, Microsol Resources. “It is this level of service that we seek to bring to our growing clientele in the West Coast in general, and in the Seattle and Portland areas in particular. We firmly believe in our ability to impact our clients’ workflow by offering answers to everyday challenges presented by implementing increasingly complex design tools.”
“I’m thrilled to continue as part of the Microsol Resources team as we expand – offering and supporting our solutions to AEC firms in my hometown,” said Lynn Shultz. “I am inspired by the opportunity to work with emerging and established AEC firms in the Pacific Northwest and to provide solutions and services to help them design, collaborate and build more productively.”
This latest news reinforces the dedication of Microsol Resources to matching business needs with products and support; one of many reasons that the company has received numerous accolades from Autodesk and exceptional rankings in customer satisfaction.
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