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November 24th, 2011
Autodesk Software Helps Metso Streamline Global Operations and Design Efficiencies

Key benefits of the global license for Metso include enhanced flexibility and reduced cost of ownership. Metso sites can now request additional software licenses at peak times, as well as get instant access to these solutions when they are required. Metso sites only pay for what they use — an efficient way to keep design costs under tight control.

The agreement also streamlines the process of acquiring new businesses. When Metso Paper recently bought a site in India, the new operating procedure was easily integrated into the global license pool.

Metso currently has more than 3,000 Autodesk software users, logging 180,000 usage hours per month. The company has clocked more than four million CAD hours using Autodesk software to date. Read More