Overall Satisfaction with AutoCAD 360
AutoCAD 360 is being used in our organization to promote collaboration between consultants on our projects. We can address discrepencies within the drawings between the trades and figure out where were we have the problem. It allows for a certain amount of accountability for each designer within the firm and as potential exterior consultants.
Revit is another step above CAD 360 as more information can be added as well as more consultants and third party designers are starting to move toward those programs. I think the cloud compatibility is headed in the right direction and Autodesk is always trying to make the collaboration a more integral part of design.
I think if you have one person designing all parts of the project, AutoCAD 360 is not necessary as you don't need multiple people pulling from the same file. However, if you are using multiple trades, people, and consultants using AutoCAD 360 allows one to easily coordinate drawings and provide a complete set of construction documents.