Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: Engineered Efficiency and Raider Consulting

Engineered Efficiency has recently completed the transition from being an Autodesk ISV partner to an Autodesk Value Added Reseller based in Chicago. What does this mean to you? It means that EE is now available as a traditional reseller to those of you in the upper Midwest area, offering the same great software, training, and support. EE will also continue to offer their CivilAccess and GuidedAccess implementation programs nationwide, delivering consulting, training and support when you need it, where you need it, all via your network. If you are an existing EE customer or have received a proposal from EE in the past, please contact Marc Meyers at 630-773-8724 x 26 for an update on how this change will benefit your firm.

This change also presented me with a unique opportunity to head out as an independent consultant. As Raider Consulting, LLC, I am offering open enrollment classes in addition to on-site consulting, training and mentoring for companies nationally and worldwide. If you’re interested in talking more about how I can help your company take full advantage of Civil 3D, or perhaps want to discuss offering a class in your area, please let me know. You can mail me at wedding@ this domain or call 972.989.1122 to get started talking about your C3D needs.

In the coming months EE will also be transitioning away from contributing and advertising on this blog.  Their new exclusive home will be civil3dpedia.com, so keep an eye out for an announcement here in the near future when it’s ready for you to use as an additional resource.

Thanks for being part of the EE and civil3d.com family over the years, and we look forward to continuing to serve you as Engineered Efficiency and Raider Consulting!

11 comments

  1. James Murphy says:

    Congrats to EE on becoming an VAR, and best wishes to JW on the consulting, (like he needs it).

  2. Steve Boon says:

    I didn’t know that you were an Oakland fan James.

    Learn something new every day……

  3. Rick Graham says:

    Oakland Raiders NEED consulting – for winning. 🙂 But anyway, best wishes to James.

  4. Nick Zeeben says:

    Wrong raiders Steve. Texas Tech Red Raiders are the only kind of american football james would cheer for.

  5. Many congratulations…!!!

  6. kevin clark says:

    Congrats on the new venture.

  7. C. Doggett says:

    Times, they are a changing. Best wishes to you James and to EE.

  8. John Mayo, PE says:

    I’m a bit late here but,

    Congratulations James. Best wishes.

  9. As you know James, you have my best wishes for success.

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