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Integrated Engineering Software turns 25

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Integrated Engineering Software, a developer of hybrid simulation tools for electromagnetic, thermal and structural design analysis, has launched a referral programme to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The initiative will enable every Integrated customer who refers a new customer to the company to have €100 donated to the charity of their choice.

'We wanted to reward our customers' loyalty and mark the occasion of our 25th anniversary by offering donations to worthy causes,' commented Bruce Klimpke, technical director at Integrated Engineering Software. 'We hope that in doing so we can give something back to the communities that our customers live in or feel strongly about.'

Integrated Engineering Software entered the simulation software market with the launch of its Electro program for 2D/RS field simulations. The electrostatic design software has been continually developed over the past 25 years, with the company recently launching version 7 of the product. In 1989, Integrated launched its first 3D modelling package, Coulomb, and its 3D products now are capable of handling simulations with many iterations, very quickly.

Klimpke sees the future as being bright: 'Despite the current economic climate, companies will continue to invest in software for design simulation, because it offers cost and development time reductions. As computers continue to add processing power by parallelisation, and software algorithms continue to shift the boundaries of what can be simulated, design engineers can create better products for less. In the spirit of continuous innovation, we plan to launch version 8 of our products later this year, which will include the capacity to simulate problems with a huge number of iterations more effectively. We view the next 25 years at Integrated very positively indeed.'