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Recommended reseller/provider/integrator of Autodesk/AutoCAD software located in Switzerland?

Dear forum,

I am looking for a reseller/provider/integrator of Autodesk/AutoCAD software located in Switzerland who would be suitable for supporting/delivering a range of the Autodesk/AutoCAD software products (including management of licensing) to a swiss based subsidary of a major international organization (headquartered in Switzerland).

I'd thus be very happy if you can recommend (and/or warn about) such reseller/provider/integrator of Autodesk/AutoCAD software located in Switzerland.
Along with that I'd be happy to hear what you find good (pros) and what not (cons) about the reseller/provider/integrator.
Reseller/provider/integrator must be located in Switzerland.
I am not interested in reseller/provider/integrator who is not located in Switzerland (e.g. a reseller located in Italy reslling to Switzerland is a no-go).

Kind regards,
Soren
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borgunitCommented:
I assume that you know that you can go onto the Autodesk site and browse to the Schweiz site and get a list of resellers. From there you could call them and get recommendations from their customers.

Good luck.
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slemmesmiAuthor Commented:
Dear borgunit,

thank you for your comment (and apologies for not coming back to you until now).
Yes I am aware of the listing of Swiss based resellers via http://www.autodesk.de/adsk/servlet/partner/search?siteID=403786&id=901844

Your idea of calling them and get recommendations from their customers is valid, however as the reseller would carefully pick customers who are fund of them, would not bring me no true "pros" nor "cons".

Hence my address to the forum here.

Kind regards,
Soren
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borgunitCommented:
You might also try the AUGI forums for feedback. They are usually very helpful in finding local AUGI chapters and some insights from posting. The German one would be the closest.

http://augide.augi.com/home/default.asp
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slemmesmiAuthor Commented:
@borgunit: Partially helped me further. Thanks.
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