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Sweco selects Autodesk

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Sweco, an international engineering, environmental technology and architecture consulting group, has entered into a three-year, multi-million euro agreement with Autodesk. The agreement provides Sweco with global network user licenses for 29 different Autodesk software products as well as the services of Autodesk Consulting, maintenance and training. The deal also enables Sweco to expand its adoption of building information modelling (BIM), a process based on intelligent models that offer architects, engineers and builders more predictable budgeting and greater flexibility in design through a fully-integrated workflow. Mandated by several European governments, the use of BIM can lead to less waste, more innovative design strategies and higher profitability.