December 18, 2013 - Springfield, MO - D3 TECHNOLOGIES, Digital Prototyping Experts and the leader in implementing Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions, has recently announced their expansion into a new office and training center in the Dallas, Texas area. Team D3 is excited to bring with them some of the most talented technical resources in the industry to provide manufacturing companies with the engineering and design solutions they need to get ahead and stay ahead of their competition.
Not only is D3 the leader in implementing Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions “out of the box,” but they are also known for their expertise in customizing training, data management, and automation solutions specific to customers’ needs. Other Autodesk Partners and Autodesk Consulting teams often look to D3 for assistance and contract many of their most complex custom implementation projects to Team D3.
Along with the new office, D3 has added another highly-skilled member to the team. John Michael is the Solution Executive at the Dallas office. John began his sales career marketing sales training and personnel development programs for trainers such as Tom Hopkins, Terry Bradshaw, and Lou Holtz. After this, he moved into the manufacturing arena selling computer based training, e-learning, and behavior based safety products. After spending the last seven years in the mortgage technology field, John has returned to manufacturing. John states that his primary goals are “to build relationships while growing business inside already existing accounts. In short, my aim is to be a trusted advisor for both new and existing accounts.”
Founded in 1998, D3 TECHNOLOGIES is an engineering & design solutions provider for the manufacturing industry with offices located in all across the Midwest. D3 is a true partner that delivers solutions to help all manufacturing companies pursue continuous improvement goals to increase productivity and profitability. D3 focuses on 3D design, product data management/ product lifecycle management (PDM/PLM), engineer-to-order (ETO), and configure-to-order (CTO) technology.
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