Accelrys signs reseller deal with CADFEM

Accelrys, a provider of scientific business intelligence software and services, has entered into a reseller agreement with CADFEM, an engineering solutions provider for computer aided engineering based in Germany, to deliver modelling and simulation software solutions to CADFEM customers in Europe.

Under the terms of the agreement, CADFEM will add Accelrys' Materials Studio software to the set of multi-scale tools it offers to its materials engineering customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The collaboration aims to deliver increases in efficiency and productivity, while delivering cost savings by focusing on variations in the materials as they relate to requirements of engineering design. This approach will result in more lightweight, and at the same time reliable and robust materials solutions for applications ranging from transportation to biomechanics.

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