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Mar 09, 2009


Paul Wilkinson

Indeed, 'What of Buzzsaw?' But also what of Constructware?

Neither of these SaaS offerings fit comfortably within an organisation mainly focused on on-premise design software solutions.

Ben Smuda

You're right that those examples don't fit comfortably in their product suite, but Autodesk hasn't given up on SaaS. Autodesk Seek, and several Labs projects like Dragonfly, Draw, and Freewheel demonstrate this. What remains to be seen is how effective Autodesk can be at executing a SaaS model in parallel with their core business.

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