Scott Borduin is a highly successful industry veteran with 30 years experience in Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing applications. He is currently responsible for leading and coordinating technology strategy for Autodesk’s Mechanical Design, Data and Lifecycle Management, and Simulation products. After graduating with Bachelors and Masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Scott held a number of positions as an Application Engineer and custom software developer with pioneering CAD companies GE Calma and ComputerVision. In 1991, Scott co-founded startup company Woodbourne, Inc, where he led development of the first affordable parametric solid modeling package. Following the acquisition of Woodbourne by Autodesk in 1993, Scott became chief software architect for Inventor, and then Chief Technology Officer for Autodesk from 1999 to 2005. Scott rejoined Autodesk in his current role after a six-year hiatus in the non-profit sector. Scott serves as an advisor, investor, and partner for a number of local small businesses. In his spare time, he enjoys modifying and road racing his vintage muscle cars.
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