The use of CADD software has perhaps become so ubiquitous that we underestimate its potential for innovation. James Mauler of Cadnetics has spent decades working with the software, and he predicts a new future for the industry. The potential for AutoCad to influence the design of a new building or space is well known, but James and his team are using it for new things as well, tapping into the beginning of a new trend that architects, engineers, and facility managers alike should be thinking about for their businesses.
On a broader business front, James’ own story is a compelling roller coaster of challenges and triumphs. He talks about taking risks, dealing with hard times, and growing his business from a one man shop to a Pittsburgh staple, busting at the seams with growth and new hires. I learned a lot from talking with James, and I think you will too.
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