Global growth for Noesis

Noesis Solutions, the developer of Optimus, has extended its global distribution network.

The company has appointed new resellers operating from the UK and Ireland (Wilde Analysis), Korea (CD-adapco) and India (Aetos Design & Engineering). They will support the increasing number of worldwide manufacturing companies adopting the Optimus-driven ‘Engineer by Objective’ development approach.

By having Optimus automate and coordinate their existing simulation processes and tools, they are able to decrease design time by 30 per cent and increase design performance by 10 per cent or more.

The extended team of sales representatives and resellers will contribute to the business growth of Noesis Solutions, further building on the company’s 50 per cent revenue increase in 2012.

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