Bentley Systems’ Acceleration Fund launches Virtuosity

Bentley Systems announced that its Acceleration Fund has invested in launching Virtuosity, a Bentley company.

 

Virtuosity exclusively offers Virtuoso Subscriptions that bundle — with a Bentley infrastructure modeling, simulation, or construction application — the virtually delivered services of Virtuosity’s experts to accelerate and advance the success of an infrastructure practitioner.

Virtuoso Subscriptions are now available, at virtuosity.com, for Bentley applications including MicroStation, OpenBridge, OpenBuildings, OpenFlows, OpenRail, OpenRoads, OpenSite, OpenTower, OpenWindPower, AutoPIPE, ContextCapture, LEGION, MOSES, PLAXIS, RAM, SACS, SoilVision, STAAD, and SYNCHRO, and Bentley’s iTwin Design Review cloud service. Virtuosity’s expert services, accessible through Virtuoso Subscription “keys,” include a range of training and one-to-one mentoring activities, and on-demand learning and content, increasingly integrated during actual application usage.

Allan Murphy, Virtuosity CEO, said, “The world’s infrastructure professionals have all gained a new appreciation for what can be achieved through online collaboration. We think this is the perfect time to inaugurate our commercial innovation: a virtuoso subscription that enhances the functionality of a software application through intrinsic assistance from subject matter experts. We’re marshalling and virtualizing our domain expertise to help every infrastructure practitioner perform with the confidence of a virtuoso!”

Werner Felber, Managing Partner, Boley Geotechnick GmbH, Beratende Ingenieure, said, “With Virtuoso Subscriptions, professionals across our international teams can support projects more effectively. Virtuosity’s experts will help keep us current in going digital by constantly leveraging what’s new in Bentley’s applications to ensure our competitiveness in the market and the best results for our customers.”

Website Bentley Acceleration Fund

Website VIrtuosity

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