At Autodesk University 2013 you learned that right under your fingertips, already installed on your machines, lies Vault software functionality that can have a drastic impact on the way you work (view the original course). We taught you how to increase productivity, reduce employee stress, and maximize output by learning about functionality that exists in our products today. We scratched the surface, but there is so much more to explore. In the sequel we'll uncover functionality that we didn't have time to cover in the first class, and we'll dive into more of the functionality of Vault Workgroup software and Vault Professional software. This lecture will feature real-world demonstrations of the content. It is time to use the Vault software product to its full potential.
- Learn how to use a broader set of Vault software functionality that is just waiting to be explored
- Learn how to increase productivity by utilizing powerful Vault software functionality that does the work for you
- Learn how to utilize Vault software functionality that lies undiscovered in the Vault software add-ins
- Learn how to use real-world examples and course documentation to educate your team
Adam Luttenbacher is a senior user experience designer and has been with Autodesk, Inc., for over 12 years. Extensive experience with Autodesk's data management software has given Adam a significant role in improving both the user's experience and the product quality. Educating and interacting directly with the user community at Autodesk University each year has been a top priority for Adam.
After several years’ experience in the manufacturing industry involved in maintenance services and product design, working with and supporting Autodesk software, Allan O’Leary joined the Data Management Team at Autodesk, Inc., in 2008 where he focuses on the delivery and implementation of Vault software products. He is currently a product manager working out of the San Francisco office focused on Vault software and the equally exciting Fusion Connect Internet of Things (IoT) platform. When not working, he spends his time, running, watching sports, and managing a well-below-standard fantasy football team.