Published: Wed Apr 11 2018

Chetu Inc., a leader in custom software development services and provider of seamless IT solutions, is pleased to announce that it is now a certified Systems Integrator with Autodesk Forge-a relationship that began with Chetu's instrumentation of Forge's flagship platform.

Over the course of a recent architectural design and engineering project, the need to have real-time communication between developers, designers, and Chetu clients became paramount. By tapping into the Forge Platform, the teams were able to communicate project updates, operational successes, and workflow analytics, in real-time. The 3D application used is currently live and can be demoed on their website. The collaboration on this project spawned the perfect opportunity to form an official partnership and Autodesk extended an invitation for Chetu to become an official Autodesk Forge Systems Integrator. As a certified systems integrator, Chetu now assists other companies in creating integrations using the Forge Platform.

"Forge provided a rich environment to showcase and collaborate on 3D designs," says Sachin Sharma, director of Operations at Chetu, "We are incredibly excited about the future of this platform, and I'm eager to see what technological triumphs this new partnership will foster."

"Autodesk's Forge platform is a set of web service APIs that act as building blocks made up of CAD and engineering data. With the Forge Platform, design and engineering data becomes usable to anyone in the organization for better collaboration by having access to data in real-time" says Jim Quanci, Senior Director, Forge Partner Development. "Our teams at Autodesk create proof of concepts, but it is our certified Systems Integrators, like Chetu, that bring real solutions to life for customers day-to-day."

Autodesk Forge is dedicated to supplying architectural innovators with collaborative cloud-based tools that create a bridge between the visionary and the designer. By putting the design and engineering data at the center of applications – team potential is unlocked and communication and collaboration in real-time is now possible. The company continues to produce software dedicated to help those who share their vision of a future fueled by interconnectivity.

The newfound partnership is an extension of that vision.

Both companies share a common goal of providing software and services that help to shape the future of how things are designed, made, and used.

About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu provides end-to-end software development services to AEC, manufacturing, and media entities. Chetu implements mechanisms to help designers, architects, plus engineers collaborate on production and operational workflows using Forge's cloud environment. Chetu's experts have working experience of Autodesk's Forge platform to facilitate seamless uploading and management of 3D objects, as well as showcasing them in the Viewer using OAuth, Data Management, Model Derivative, and Design Automation APIs. For more info visit:

About Autodesk Forge
Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you've ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you've experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with their software.

Forge is the cloud developer platform Autodesk uses to create its next generation solutions for manufacturing, media/entertainment, architecture, engineering, and construction. With Forge cloud services, developer resources, and growing ecosystem, companies can access and connect design and engineering data to enhance their existing project workflows and develop new custom, scalable applications. Learn more at

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