Autodesk buys enterprise social collaboration software from Pramati Technologies

Infotech Lead India: Autodesk has acquired enterprise social collaboration software from Pramati Technologies.

Amar Hanspal, Autodesk senior vice president, Autodesk

The addition of Qontext technology and development team will enable Autodesk to use Qontext technology to add new social capabilities to Autodesk 360, a cloud-based platform.

Autodesk is looking at enhancing the expansion of cloud and social capabilities in the Autodesk 360 cloud-based service.

“Autodesk’s acquisition of the Qontext technology is a testament to Pramati strategy. This transaction is a milestone in our ongoing efforts to incubate and build companies that address the rapidly changing needs of business through highly innovative technologies,” said Vijay Pullur, president of the India-based Pramati.

Autodesk 360 offers users the ability to store, search, and view critical design data improving the way they design, visualize, simulate and share work with others at anytime and from anywhere.

“Mobile, cloud and social computing are dramatically changing the way engineers, designers and architects work. The addition of the Qontext technology to the Autodesk portfolio will lead to new technology innovations that help our customers embrace these disruptive technologies and leverage them for competitive advantage,” said Amar Hanspal, Autodesk senior vice president of information modeling and platform products.

This transaction is expected to have no impact on guidance issued on August 23, 2012.

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