CADPRO Systems is focused on helping companies improve the complete product development process – from initial ideation through design to manufacturing and customer delivery.
We offer a comprehensive set of solutions for complete digital prototyping. These solutions go well beyond 2D and 3D design and extend into full product development. This gives professionals across departments the ability to explore, communicate, refine and implement new ideas into great products.
It is our structured methodology to identify specific gaps in current processes and systems; and use leading practices to make improvement. A key result is a viable roadmap to implement improvements that balances cost, benefits, and organisational change. The BPA is conducted by our team of experts, who start by defining the scope of the assessment, then use a four step approach to conduct it.
Step 1: Interview key stakeholders. This includes a series of discussions with management and working teams to understand the relevant business goals and initiatives as well as the process and
systems being used today.
Step 2: Identify pain points and broken processes. We analyse the current processes and systems for inefficiency and gaps.
Step 3: Establish improvement opportunities. Leverage Autodesk’s leading practices to establish customer specific improvement opportunities.
Step 4: Establish a viable roadmap, for improvement. We work with the customer team to organise these improvement projects into a viable roadmap considering the cost/benefits and organisational change needed.
We work with companies of various sizes and multiple industries to help make operational improvements. The knowledge we build through these engagements and other Autodesk research benefits our customers through improved product offerings and experience in understanding ‘leading practices’ for product development.
This experience and leading practices are shared with customers through the Business Process Assessment.
Through the business process assessment, senior management in a company has all the information they need to effectively make investment decisions on improvement programs. These improvements establish the operating capabilities needed to realise their complete potential to make great products.
Student and Educational licensing is available to help students build valuable workplace skills and to prepare them for rewarding careers in architecture, engineering, and the digital arts.
Students and faculty can download free* Autodesk software for personal educational purposes. Student licenses incorporate all the software functionality of our professional licenses, but include a print banner or watermark on output indicating the design was created using a student license version. Autodesk student licenses are available as Stand-Alone only and may not be used in the classroom or lab for instructional purposes, or for commercial or for-profit purposes.
For more information, visit our Education Community.
Educational institutions, students and faculty can receive affordable pricing on a variety of Educational licensing options. Autodesk® Education Suites can be purchased as Stand-Alone, Multi-seat Stand-Alone or Network licenses and give academic institutions access to comprehensive software products and tools. Educational licenses cannot be used for commercial, professional or for-profit purposes.
For more information, visit our Educators page.
*Free Autodesk software is for personal use for education purposes and is subject to the terms and conditions of the end-user license agreement that accompanies download of the software.
Multi-user access is a good choice for companies with multiple teams that need access to the same software deployed through network licenses.
Network licenses aren’t assigned to individual users and can be shared. A subscription with multi-user access supports the use of Autodesk products up to a maximum number of users, or seats, connected to a server network.
The products can be installed on as many computers as you want. However, you can use the software simultaneously only on the number of purchased seats. For example, if you have 6 subscriptions seats and 8 users, all users have access, but only 6 can use the product at any one time. Because you can install the products on more systems than the number of subscription seats purchased, you get true floating licenses across your entire organisation. There is no internet connection required for Multi-user licenses to operate.
Single-user access is a good choice for organisations that need one or more stand-alone licenses.
These licenses are assigned to individual users and can’t be shared. Customers must connect to the internet every 30 days to validate their Autodesk ID.
These subscriptions cost less than subscriptions with multi-user access. You can sign in to your Autodesk Account from anywhere, and download and install the software assigned to you from any device. So, for example, you can use your Autodesk product on your work computer and also on your personal computer at home.