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solidThinking announces new channel partners

solidThinking, has announced it has recently added seven new companies to its global network of channel partners. These partners will provide solidThinking Inspire and solidThinking Evolve software and support to customers in Brazil, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom.

The new companies that have been made channel partners include; Eng-IT (UK), Global Informatica (Italy), MechWorks Tecnologia (Brazil), MR Services (Italy), Softwarebox (Germany), Unit Trend (Italy), Weisoft (Italy).

‘The value of structural optimisation that offers ease-of-use and interoperability with all major CAD tools, enabling product teams to design lightweight in, instead of engineering weight out, will appeal to both existing and new customers.’ said José Solinho, owner of MechWorks Tecnologia in Brazil.

solidThinking creates, develops and markets technology that aim to help the user community bring products to their customers faster. solidThinking software is sold and supported by a global network of distribution partners and is also available as part of the Altair HyperWorks suite.

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