At Hagerman & Company, we see more and more customers using Autodesk Vault for Plant and Facilities Engineering in healthcare, utilities, pulp & paper, primary metals, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other similar industries. As our customers and our team gain more experience using Vault for plant and facilities engineering, we discover additional features that serve users in these industries exceptionally well.
If you have ever wondered how to get started with Autodesk Vault Data Standard, here are some steps to get you going.
When you are using a CAD application in the office is your server and/or network connection slow? If you answered yes, and now have to work offsite using a VPN (Virtual Private Network), you probably noticed it is even slower. To improve performance (or if you are looking for a better way to manage your files) then you might want to consider implementing Vault. What you may not know is if you are using a CAD product from Autodesk (Inventor, Acad, Acad Mech, Civil 3D etc…) your company already owns Vault Basic.