As a group, we'll share ideas, workflows, and techniques to help make for a smoother and less painful transition from AutoCAD software to Revit software so that others may benefit from our successes and failures. You may have heard that the only way to switch to using Revit is to just take the plunge. Well, maybe there are options to this "sink or swim" approach. Can you afford to retrain your entire staff? Do you know who should learn (or, more important, who should not learn) Revit software? Maybe this discussion will help answer some of your questions and address some of your fears. We'll share how switching to Revit has affected our offices, workflows, staffing, and efficiency. We'll discuss our biggest successes and failures. We want to hear any unique idea or workflow that you've discovered to help make for a successful transition to Revit.
- Discuss and compare various approaches to successfully transitioning from AutoCAD to Revit
- Share with each other ideas and workflows that possibly take advantage of Revit software’s strengths while still retaining your AutoCAD-based production workflow and staff
- Learn who really should be learning and using Revit in your office
- Learn how to help others benefit from our mutual successes and failures