Autodesk University
Enhancing the Automotive Workflow with Shotgun
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Brandon Tasker
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Description

See how Shotgun is providing a visual project management solution to the automotive design studios, allowing our customers to manage their everyday design data, foster open communication with their teams, and leverage workflow efficiencies and automation to improve the overall design process.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the challenges of an automotive design studio
  • See how Shotgun can be used beyond the M&E space to solve creative project management
  • Understand Shotgun integrations and how they can be built to provide simple data storage for any application
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Brandon Tasker is a Toronto based product manager on the Autodesk Automotive team. With years in feature film and television production, he understands the value of a well defined workflow and an efficient production management system. Today he is focusing on bringing the Shotgun solution into the Design Studio space.
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