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Applied Made Your Renewals Process Easier and Less Stressful

We are happy to announce that we are automating your subscription renewal notifications going forward. You will receive an automatic renewal notification e-mail from us 90, 60 and 30 days prior to your expiration date. This e-mail will provide you with all the details about the automatic renewal benefit along… Read More »

Check Out Applied’s Featured Class – AutoCAD Electrical 2016 – A Must Attend

The AutoCAD® Electrical 2016 Fundamentals training guide covers the indispensable core topics for working with the AutoCAD® Electrical software. In this training guide, students learn how to use many of the powerful electrical drawing creation tools in the AutoCAD Electrical software. Students create schematic drawings (ladder logic and point to… Read More »

What Customers Want…Applied Engineering Has

It is said that about 76% of customers experiences are based on how they feels they were treated by the customer service personnel and about 45% of the experience is based on how the service was personalized. Customers expect a certain level of engagement from the companies with which they… Read More »

If You do not Protect Your Documents Today, You may Regret it Later

If you like gloss or matt finish, Applied Engineering laminating services can do them both for you!! Laminating will turn your paper documents into durable, reusable documents that stand up to daily use. When you laminate paper, you protect the paper from water, dirt, creasing, aging, and discoloration. For your construction documents,… Read More »

Introducing the perfect hardware for all-flash storage

Storage architecture is all about compromises. It’s either A or B, but never both. Either you get great software features that enable efficiency, or you optimize for density and speed with a hardware-focused approach. Until today. Applied, your authorized Pure Storage partner, introduces the FlashArray//m. The perfect software was always… Read More »

Working Project – vGPU for Performance 3D VDI

Applied partners with HVE ConneXions to bring outstanding 3D VDI performance to the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) engineering student labs using HVE’s new hyper-converged vGPU appliances. The labs support a suite of engineering software including SolidWorks, Cadence, AutoCAD, and Fusion 360. UTD’s goals are to both reduce the… Read More »

Maximize Your Software Investment with Applied Implementation

 Through Applied Engineering strategic planning services and software implementation, companies can maximize their software investment. Strategic planning from Applied begins with a Business and Technology Assessment (BTA). The BTA allows companies to assess their staff, software, hardware and processes. After assessing the current situation, our consultants put together a roadmap… Read More »

Attend a Training Class to Learn and Receive a Free Space Navigator

First Ten people that Sign Up for any September Training Class get a SpaceNavigator for Free…. SpaceNavigator makes advanced 3D navigation accessible and affordable for architects, artists, designers, enthusiasts, students and anyone else who wants to enjoy the 3D experience using Google Earth, SketchUp, or more than 100 of today’s most… Read More »

Applied Engineering’s New Partnership with HVE ConneXions

HVE ConneXions provide innovative Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) appliances engineered for outstanding 3D VDI performance integrating NVIDIA, VMware and Teradici products into a truly game changing device in today’s rapidly expanding VDI initiatives. The HVE-3DGFX appliance revolutionizes 3D software capabilities within a VDI environment. This hyper-converged appliance delivers next-generation configurations… Read More »

Applied Engineering’s New Partnership with Tintri

Applied Engineering announces our new partnership with Tintri. Tintri challenges the storage quo with a system built specifically for virtualized and cloud environments. Tintri eliminates LUNs and volumes – the markers of out-of-date, physical storage – instead using individual virtual machines as the unit of management. With those opaque containers… Read More »