Interactive Design Consultants (IDC) was formed in 1986 to advance the use of personal computer (PC) CAD/CAM systems. The roots of IDC are primarily in the design and development of Computer Aided Design/Drafting (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) segment of engineering computer software. IDC is the worldwide developer and distributor of the ANVIL-1000MD® CAD software system which runs on a wide variety of computer platforms. In addition to the ANVIL-1000MD® CAD system, IDC provides custom software systems to many prominent corporations such as John Deere, Caterpillar, Boeing/McDonnell Douglas and others. The development of these Systems involved extensive network and corporate system consideration in both the design and implementation.
The wide distribution and application of IDC’s products and services has necessitated that the company acquire a high level of expertise in network and communication systems, both from a hardware and software standpoint. Most commonly used software and hardware systems are available to us “in house” for the purpose of continued development and maintenance.
IDC supports all of it’s customers and products with “hot line” technical assistance. Our philosophy is to not only provide our customer base with quality products, but quality technical support as well. This philosophy has allowed us to enjoy an outstanding record of repeat sales generated primarily by word-of-mouth advertising.
2001 brought about the acquisition of IDC by TriCom L.L.C. This merger of two technical companies allows us the ability to provide an extensive range of services both for corporate and home users. It also brought about a change in our name. We are now known as “IDC Digital Solutions”.
In June of 2007 we opened our brand new store at 100 East Exchange Street. At that time we underwent another name change to IDC Technology Solutions. We were awarded the Geneseo Chamber of Commerce Beautification award in that same year.
In 2008 one of the original founder’s of IDC, Tom Zwica, retired to spend more time with his grandchildren, and pursue life long hobbies such as photography and flying. Sadly, in February of 2014 Tom passed away after a heroic fight with brain cancer. He will be deeply missed.
In May of 2017 we made the difficult decision to close the IDC store at 100 East Exchange Street. This was mainly due to increased competition in the computer hardware market. While we no longer provide computer hardware we still look forward to serving your CAD/CAM needs.