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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Software Solutions

At its core, Bentley is a software development company that supports the professional needs of those responsible for creating and managing the world's infrastructure. Our users design and build essential infrastructure including roadways, bridges, airports, skyscrapers, industrial and power plants as well as utility networks. Bentley colleagues recognize that millions of lives are continually affected by the performance of our products. In order to satisfy the diverse needs of our users, Bentley has developed a comprehensive software portfolio that spans architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), and operations in four business verticals: building, civil, geospatial, and plant. While Bentley is a strong global organization with more than 2800 colleagues located in over 50 countries, at it's heart is a close-knit and interdependent community, a team of individual contributors where each colleague carries a responsibility to help ensure Bentley's continued success. It is the company's goal to maintain a corporate culture that encourages and supports open and continuous communication among all colleagues. It is in this environment that Bentley colleagues realize a unique feeling of respect and appreciation. With the broad product range, strong global presence, and pronounced emphasis on commitment to it's neighbors, Bentley is much more than a software company. They are an engaged functioning member of the global community. It's successes are determined by the skills, dedication, and involvement of extraordinary Bentley colleagues around the world. To maintain it's successes and continuously grow our company, they seek talented professionals who want to help sustain the world's infrastructure, in return for competitive compensation, generous benefits, and a great work environment. As broad and diverse as they are they also provide "vertical" applications which also includes applications such as 3D Cad Software. Also Check out MicroStation Training

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