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Autodesk Acquires Tech Assets of Bestech Systems, Savoy Computing Services; Amar Hanspal Comments

Autodesk Acquires Tech Assets of Bestech Systems, Savoy Computing Services; Amar Hanspal Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

AutodeskLogoAutodesk Inc. has acquired the technology assets of UK software companies Bestech Systems and Savoy Computing Services for an undisclosed amount as the company looks to expand its offerings.

Autodesk bought Bestech Systems' Sam software suite for loading, analyzing and designing span bridges and Savoy Computing Services' AutoTrack for analyzing vehicle swept path and designing parking areas, Autodesk said Monday.

Amar Hanspal, Autodesk senior vice president of information modeling and platform products, said the company aims for the acquisitions to extend its portfolio of building information modeling for transportation design.

Autodesk will move to unify the Sam and AutoTrack technology with its technology and keep the products available to fresh customers, while Bestech Systems and Savoy Computing Services intend to continue providing support services to existing users.

Cheshire, UK-based Bestech designed the Sam software with the goal of helping to reduce time and enhance data accuracy during bridge design analysis.

Kent, UK-based Savoy builds technologies that work to examine the movements of vehicles and aircraft, as well as use various AutoCAD applications for designing parking areas and roundabouts.

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