Rand Worldwide (OTCBB: RWWI), a global leader in providing technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements, announces that its IMAGINiT Technologies division has acquired the Autodesk subscription customer base of Eagle Point Software. As of today, IMAGINiT, an Autodesk Platinum Partner, welcomes all former Eagle Point Autodesk subscription customers, providing them with access to IMAGiNiT's wealth of Autodesk implementation, consulting and training expertise. "As a result of Eagle Point's decision to focus more completely on growing their Pinnacle Series business, a unique opportunity arose to grow our base of subscriptions," says Larry Rychlak, president and CEO, IMAGINiT Technologies. "We are pleased to now welcome Eagle Point's customers who utilize the Autodesk products to our family. Our team will make sure that these customers continue to receive the outstanding service that they have received from Eagle Point in the past and to ensure a smooth transition to the IMAGINiT family. As IMAGINiT customers, they can look forward to enjoying the unique benefits offered by us including access to free installation support, free IMAGINiT Utilities, and the support of our expansive team of technical experts across the North American Autodesk channel." "As we further our commitment to our award winning, personalized learning and productivity solution, Pinnacle Series, our dedication to our Autodesk customers drove us to find the unique Autodesk partner who has both the ability and geographical coverage to take over management of our customers' Autodesk subscriptions," says John Biver, president and CEO, Eagle Point Software. "IMAGINiT Technologies was the exact right choice. Now, our vision of expanding the Pinnacle Series features will help customers improve their efficiency, quality and learning at an accelerated pace. Over the coming 12 months, Pinnacle Series customers will experience dramatic gains in workforce performance, technology adoption and return on Autodesk subscription investments."