Going through the text I was surprised when I found a series of statements that looked as though they have been written by a marketing department. I don't think people at Autodesk (ADSK) are approaching Wikipedia the way Microsoft did (paying a blogger to edit a page). An Inventor fan must have done the editing. When I discovered the page, there were a few statements like:
… Inventor is based on newer, more advanced parametric modeling techniques… Inventor takes these concepts to the next level …
Well, not exactly an encyclopedic and objective style, I would say. And again:
Generally considered a latecomer to the market, Inventor has been developed using a newer technology-base to allow for unique innovations.
What is acceptable for a product brochure is not obviously good for an encyclopedia.
After the discovery, as a Wikipedia member, I cleaned up the page and removed the boldest marketing statements. Thanks to the Wikipedia revision history system, you still can see the original version of the page.