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Microsol Resources Announces our Newest Partnership with Egnyte

Microsol Resources Corporation, a recognized leader in building information modeling (BIM) technology solutions and a leading Autodesk Gold Partner serving the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries, is pleased to announce the addition of Egnyte to its growing association of technology partners.

Egnyte transforms where and how companies work with their content. Combining many different software categories into one unified platform gives IT the visibility and control they require while also empowering knowledge workers with the intelligence, automation, and flexibility they crave.

The new partnership draws on the distinct strengths of each company

Microsol Resources’ ability to help our clients address customers’ content collaboration, security, and compliance requirements all at once, and Egnyte’s ability to enable AEC firms to improve file access, security, and management to save time and boost productivity.



“We’re excited to partner with Egnyte, a top provider of cloud-based collaboration and data governance solutions,” said Emilio Krausz, President of Microsol Resources. “Egnyte’s platform streamlines document management enhances collaboration, and ensures data security for our AEC clients. By integrating Egnyte into our portfolio, we offer a comprehensive solution tailored to industry needs, driving productivity and success.”


“Partnering with Microsol Resources presents a great opportunity to enable seamless integration of Egnyte’s advanced solutions into the workflows of architects, engineers, and construction firms. This partnership reflects our commitment to enhancing collaboration, security, and data governance capabilities with a modern cloud-based all-in-one solution for their clients across all AEC sectors,” said Kevin Soohoo, senior director of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction at Egnyte.


This latest partnership reinforces Microsol Resources’ dedication to matching business needs with products and support. This is one of many reasons the company has received numerous recent accolades and exceptional customer satisfaction rankings.

To start this new partnership, Microsol Resources is hosting an online event called, Business Risks of Uncontrolled Data Growth and How Egnyte Helps, on June 27, 2024 at 12 pm ET. To register for this event, click here.

For more information about our new partnership with Egnyte or to help you manage, secure, and govern your cloud content, reach out to


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Meet the Bluebeam Team at Microsol Resources

Microsol Resources is your Bluebeam Platinum Partner that helps you get the most out of your software, best-in-class customer service, technical support, and all Bluebeam services, and have the highest level of Bluebeam product knowledge.

“We here at Microsol Resources are excited to partner with Bluebeam to deliver on our shared vision of improving the way we build together,” said Microsol Resources President Emilio Krausz. “We’re especially looking forward to working directly with Bluebeam to develop an entire series of trainings, webinars, and learning opportunities for our customers that specifically address the challenges they face every day. We are looking for the future and desire to grow as we continue to serve the design and construction industry with the latest technology solutions.”

Michael Schmidt is an Account Executive responsible for supporting our Bluebeam customers from construction firms to architects, engineering, and facility managers across the U.S. A graduate of Quinnipiac University, with a Bachelors Degree in Economics and a Minor in Finance. Michael is eager to gain knowledge in the field of technology. He’s working with Bluebeam customers and showing solutions that make construction sites more efficient, connected, and safe, improving the lives of design and construction professionals everywhere.



Mary Ortega

Mary Ortega is responsible for supporting with subscription renewals of our Bluebeam customers from construction firms to specialty contractors, property owners, and facility managers, architectural design, and engineering firms across the US. Prior to joining Microsol Resources, Mary worked for Silberstang Lasky Architects and Eric J. Smith Architects. She is based in our New York office.







In addition to John and Mary, David Spergel supports our Bluebeam team for our client technical needs. He is a Bluebeam Customer Success Representative, and a Bluebeam Certified Instructor.

As an Applications Specialist at Microsol Resources, he is responsible for providing training, service, and support for our design and construction clients for various software applications including Bluebeam Revu, McNeel’s Rhino, Chaos Group’s V-Ray, Enscape, and as a 3D printing specialist. David holds a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University. He is based in our New York office.



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Kemper Dicksinson joined the Microsol team in 2024 as an Account Executive for Bluebeam.  He has a concentrated background in construction, land development, and civil engineering. In his free time, Kemper enjoys playing with his Pomeranians and guitar.







Bluebeam’s award-winning PDF solutions push the limits of digital collaboration to enable professionals, who work in the most document-intensive industries like architecture, engineering, and construction firms, manufacturers, government agencies, and municipalities to reduce paper usage by more than 85% and to increase productivity by over 60%.


To contact our Bluebeam team, you can send them an email at


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Update to your Autodesk buying process

In a recent announcement, Autodesk has unveiled changes to its software purchasing model that will take effect from June 10, 2024. This shift means a direct transactional relationship between customers and Autodesk for software acquisitions, marking a departure from the traditional method of purchasing through authorized resellers like Microsol Resources.

Join our webinar with Emilio Krausz of Microsol Resources on May 16, 2024, from 12-1 pm ET, where you will hear what you can do to prepare for this change and ask questions. To get your questions answered and register, click here.

Key Changes

Direct Purchase from Autodesk

Starting June 10, 2024, customers will be required to buy Autodesk software directly from Autodesk, excluding specific products and government agencies, which will continue to be available through resellers like Microsol Resources.

Maintained Partnership

Despite this change, Microsol Resources will continue to serve as a crucial partner for customers. Support, training, and quote requests will still be facilitated by Microsol Resources. However, the actual transaction will occur directly through Autodesk.

Quoting & Configuration

Microsol Resources will configure quotes for customers based on Autodesk’s pricing. Customers will receive quotes from Autodesk via email, and the order will be placed directly with Autodesk after approval.

Payment Process

The payment transaction will no longer be handled by Microsol Resources. Customers will pay directly from within their Autodesk accounts, providing a seamless purchasing experience.


Preparing for the Change

Setting Up Autodesk as a Vendor: To streamline the invoicing process, customers are advised to set up Autodesk as a vendor in their procurement systems. Microsol Resources can assist in this process. Visit our article on  How to Set up Autodesk as a Vendor in Your Procurement System to find the information you need.

Payment Methods: Autodesk accepts various payment methods, including:

  • Credit and debit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, JCB, and Diners Club
  • ACH/direct debit: Money transfer from your bank account
  • PayPal: Credit or debit transactions, or use PayPal Credit


What Customers Need to Consider

Consistent Pricing

Customers can expect a consistent price for Autodesk software, set by Autodesk. Microsol Resources will receive payment from Autodesk for facilitating the transaction and assisting our clients.

Support Continuity

Microsol Resources commits to continuing support for customers at no additional cost, maintaining the level of service we have provided throughout our partnership.


Action Plan for Customers

Phase 1 | Before June 10, 2024
  1. Of course, we will sell you new licenses if you need to buy new ones. Between now and June 3, 2024, you can still buy Autodesk software from us the old-fashioned way. But keep in mind that there is a blackout period to process orders between June 3-10, 2024.
  2. If you have a renewal coming up between now and June 10, 2024, by all means, we will renew it.
  3. If you have a renewal between June 10, 2024, and September 7, 2024, you may elect to renew it before June 3 with us with the current process at current prices.
  4. Finally, if you have a renewal after September 7, 2024, you may want to start a new contract before June 10, 2024, and extend your existing contract(s) for as long as possible using the current process at the current pricing. Starting a new contract means buying one or more new licenses of any Autodesk software and extending your existing contract(s) until the end of this new contract. In all cases, we will suggest that you buy or renew or extend for 3 years instead of only 1, not just to lock in the price but also to lock in the process.
Phase 2 | After June 10, 2024
  • Initiate new contracts for Autodesk software, preferably for a 3-year term, to secure pricing and processes.
  • Work with Microsol Resources to set up an account in Autodesk’s portal for direct purchases.
  • Refer to the guide on How to Set up Autodesk as a Vendor in Your Procurement System for assistance during the transition.


Where do I go for support?

Microsol Resources is dedicated to ensuring a smooth transition for customers during this shift in the Autodesk software purchasing model.

We encourage you to contact your Microsol Resources Autodesk Account Executive or send us an email to get detailed information about the new buying process.

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