Steve joined Autodesk in 2007 having spent the previous 11 years working with manufacturers across Europe and North America advising and helping them get the most out of their investment in CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, PLM and BPM technolgies.
From 2007 to early 2012 Steve was the UK & Ireland Technical Specialist focussing on the Autodesk Digital Prototyping and Data Management solutions such as Inventor, AutoCAD Mechanical and Vault Professional. Steve now has the role of PLM Solutions Engineer and works with manufacturers to help them get the most from their people, processes and technology using Autodesk PLM 360.
Robin joined Autodesk in 2006, previously working 9 years for Alias, before Autodesk acquired the company. During which time he has been involved in support, pre-sales, post sales and Technical marketing for Consumer Products, Transportation & Industrial Design. Robin has degree in Industrial Design and a background of 8 years in architecture, product design.
Robin now works as a Technical Specialist across Northern Europe providing solutions for companies working in the Design, Transportation and Automotive.
Demir joined Autodesk in 2012 having spent the previous 2 years working within the Workstation Graphics division of Advanced Micro Devices. His primary focus within this role was the promotion and support of these products into a wide variety of organisations in a multitude of environments such as design, visualisation, finance, medical and broadcast.
Prior to AMD, Demir worked predominantly within the Autodesk UK channel for 11 years as an application engineer focussing on the Manufacturing solutions from Autodesk such as Inventor, AutoCAD Mechanical, Showcase and Vault Professional.
Although some people say his doesn’t look his age (some would say not old enough whereas as others would definitely say he looks older) his first use of the Autodesk products was R12 for DOS which later transitioned into using Mechanical Desktop 1.1 and then Inventor as the natural progression.Demir now works as the UK and Ireland Manufacturing Technical Specialist, promoting solutions to companies in the mechanical engineering industry
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