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Enductive's "solutions service" provides customers with a customized software tool with a graphical user interface that ties together all of the design components, tools and specific CAE functionality needed to positively impact the design.
  
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New Service Cuts Time and Cost of CAE
Posted Fri January 31, 2003 @11:53AM
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News Enductive Solutions has announced the availability of a new “solutions service” that drastically reduces the time, investment and fixed costs required for companies to take advantage of the latest multidisciplinary Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) technology. The company’s engineers work closely with a customer to understand their design engineering process, then recommend appropriate (CAE) tools that make it possible to improve product performance, and reduce engineering costs by rapidly evaluating software prototypes of their products.

Enductive consultants then develop an interface, specially tailored and tuned to their customer’s specific requirements, that accesses only the required software functionality. This eliminates the need for design engineers to become experts in the full range of available functions for multiple codes. “The latest computer aided engineering tools can help nearly any company make substantial improvements to their product while reducing time to market,” said Phil Raymond, President for Enductive Solutions. “Our new service reduces the time and cost needed to take advantage of these benefits.”

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