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Updating Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle API-Integrations to use Forge-based Authentication

A Team D3 Client Success Story with Greenpoint Technologies

The Customer’s Challenge

Greenpoint Technologies (A Safran Company) faced a tight deadline to update Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle API based integrations to use Forge-based authentication.

The Project Goals

Greenpoint Technologies relies on extensive integration between Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle, Autodesk Vault, and various business systems to automate key Engineering processes. Greenpoint had a goal to beat the Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle V1/V2 Authentication retirement deadline and avoid any disruption to business continuity.

The Solution

Team D3 developed a Forge Authentication connector in JitterBit to replace the V1/V2 method being retired. To reduce turn time D3 and Greenpoint collaborated virtually side by side to update the authentication endpoint for each Fusion Lifecycle integration.

The Business Outcome

The use of a consumption-based pricing model helped keep the risk and cost as low as possible for both Team D3 and Greenpoint Technologies. Greenpoint and Team D3 were able to adapt to uncertainty from continuously evolving requirements and minute by minute developments from Autodesk and JitterBit, without need for a formal change order process.


When we started this project, we estimated that at least 40 hours of work for the 80+ connections between Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle, Autodesk Vault, and other critical systems would be required. The process of converting to Forge authentication for all JitterBit integrations was complete, tested, and in production in just 14 consumed hours. – Amanda Phelps, Sr. Product Support Specialist, Greenpoint Technologies.

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