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SoftInWay partners with Siemens

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SoftInWay a provider of turbomachinery design and analysis software partnered with Siemens to expand its software portfolio. 

Dr Leonid Moroz, CEO at SoftInWay commented: ‘In today’s digital world the design process is interconnected and interdisciplinary. We have seen through many of our clients that our own flagship software AxSTREAM is often embedded in a bigger digital design process. Whilst turbomachinery is the heart of our business, it is often a subsystem of larger systems. The new partnership with Siemens enables us to provide those embedded interdisciplinary solutions for our clients as a single vendor.’

The new offering includes software products from Siemens’ Simcenter brand, namely the multi-physics simulation software STAR-CCM+ as well as Simcenter 3D and Siemens NX, one of the most powerful CAD packages in the market.  

Dr Moroz continues: ‘Our customers’ success is our utmost priority. Through the Siemens products, our clients can benefit from cutting edge CAE technology like topology optimisation, non-linear structural analysis and complex CFD such as combustion and acoustics. 

‘There is almost no engineering problem we cannot solve now. In the past year we have made strategic hires to launch this partnership and expand our engineering know-how; and after quietly kicking off the partnership in November, we’re ready to hit the ground running in the new year marketing a joint solution,’ Moroz continued.

Through this partnership, SoftInWay aims to continue the trend towards faster development cycles and digital design sign-off is continuing across all industries. The additional insight customers can gain by using these advanced CAE tools ultimately leads to an integrated solution to simulate and optimise entire systems and associated components.