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Columbus, OH, United States, 2012/08/01 - Advanced Solutions, Inc., a leading full-service and value-added reseller for Autodesk, Inc., welcomes Chris Breland as a Solutions Engineer for the company’s Manufacturing division. He will be based in the Columbus, Ohio area.
Chris brings a vast knowledge and experience within the mechanical and industrial engineering industry to Advanced Solutions. As a Mechanical/Product Engineer with Honda R&D of America, Chris negotiated and collaborated with other design groups and suppliers, while working to develop vital safety components within the auto industry. Chris has been involved in extracurricular programs during his tenure at Honda, supporting organizations like Baja SAE and STEM program to mentor students on the basics of mechanical engineering.
Chris graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is active as a member within the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
In his role at Advanced Solutions, Chris will be responsible for training clients in Autodesk PLM, AutoCAD, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Mechanical, Autodesk Inventor, and/or Autodesk Vault.
About Advanced Solutions, Inc.
Advanced Solutions, Inc. (AdvancedSolutions.com) is an award-winning Autodesk Gold Partner in Manufacturing, Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Authorized Autodesk Training Center (ATC) and Authorized Autodesk Consulting Services Partner (CSP). For more than 24 years, the company has focused its business model on helping customers realize industry-leading return on investment with their 2D and 3D design software. Beyond the box of software, Advanced Solutions helps customers gain a competitive advantage through innovative design software workflows, enabling customers to realize higher revenues and improving their operational efficiency.
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