Autodesk’s CIS Representatives Begin Partnership With Fleishman-Hillard Vanguard

Autodesk, Inc., a leading provider of 3D-design and virtual reality solutions have announced a partnership with Fleishman-Hillard Vanguard communications agency. Fleishman-Hillard Vanguard will provide a full range of PR services to promote Autodesk and its products in Russia and the CIS.

Autodesk, which was founded in 1982, originally found fame with its CAD system AutoCAD, and, thirty years later, their line now consists of more than one hundred products. Thanks to them, industrial companies, design institutes, and architectural firms have powerful tools to improve their work. In addition, Autodesk offers a wide range of applications for three-dimensional graphics and animation, the most famous being 3ds Max and Maya. A large number of the most spectacular movies in recent years, such as “Avatar” and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, were created using these tools. The company also offers a wide range of mobile applications and is developing a “cloud” service.

Autodesk actively promotes the implementation of leading solutions for projection and design, regularly conducts seminars and other events to share experiences between their users and actively leads their community. As part of new technology initiatives developing programs for design and three-dimensional graphics, Autodesk also cooperates with Russian universities and provides students with free versions of their software.

Elena Fadeeva, General Director of Fleishman-Hillard Vanguard commented: “Autodesk has unique experience in creating and developing new advanced technologies and it is constantly improving its solutions to successfully operate in the CAD and 3D-graphics fields. We are very pleased to offer our expertise and extensive experience in the IT sector to create and realize an effective communication program for Autodesk in Russia.”

Autodesk, Inc is the world leader in providing solutions for 3D-design and the design and creation of virtual reality. All of Fortune magazine’s top 100 companies and the last 16 “Oscar” winners for visual effects use Autodesk tools to design, simulate and visualize their ideas to save time, money and to improve product quality and rapid innovation. Since AutoCAD’s launch in 1982, the company has developed a wide range of innovative programs that enable engineers, architects and designers to experience their ideas before they are implemented.