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Engineous Software Signs Partners
Posted Fri July 19, 2002 @05:13PM
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News Engineous Software, provider of the design optimization software iSIGHT, announced today the launch of their FIPER Vendor Participant Program.

Engineous is in discussions with over 30 major vendors in the fields of CAE, structural analysis, CFD and CAD software, specialized design tools, hardware platforms, infrastructure software and solutions providers. The program kick-off is marked by the signing of seven partners: Rand Worldwide, Infosys, Platform Computing Corporation, Engineering Intent, TranscenData ITI, Romax Technology, and Cranfield University. In addition, Georgia Tech ASDL has pledged its intent to join. More announcements are expected over the next few weeks.


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