Johannes Bauer studied Information Management at the University of applied Sciences FH Joanneum in Graz, Austria.
After graduating he started in 2007 in the IT Department of a big manufacturing company mainly screwing on databases and servers.
Throughout this job he came in contact with Vault and Autodesk products and joined – after a short stopover at a local IT Supplier – Autodesk in 2013.
He is located in the Enterprise Priority Support for Datamanagement Products – Vault & PLM.
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