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Cadimage Group launches its latest multi-national venture

Cadimage Group launches its latest multi-national venture

Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday 4th February 2014.

Auckland based software provider Cadimage Group has today unveiled its latest venture in the software market: Cadimage PLM.

“Today we are excited to launch our newest business - Cadimage PLM. This business will enable us to expand our software offering to the mechanical engineering sectors within the Australasia region,” announced Campbell Yule, Managing Director of Cadimage Group.

“Not only will we be selling internationally recognized Siemens software, but we will be offering support and training services to get individuals and businesses up and running with the programs,” Campbell adds.

Cadimage PLM will primarily be focused on promoting two Siemens products throughout the region: Solid Edge and Femap. While both are highly specialized programs for designing and analyzing mechanical assemblies, Solid Edge’s strength lies in its ability to create and manage 3D virtual prototypes. By creating these in a virtual space, users no longer have to produce costly prototypes to test designs, and can quickly modify the design if required. The core strength of Siemens Femap is its ability to predict the performance and reliability of complex models, as well as evaluate different designs and the use of alternate materials.

In addition to selling these products, Cadimage PLM will also provide a range of services to engineers, such as software and Finite Element Analysis training; mentoring; and skilled outsourcing.

The official website for Cadimage PLM also launched today at www.cadimageplm.com, and offers a range of free downloads for both Solid Edge and Femap, as well as free videos and PDF downloads to help users learn more about the programs.

For more information on Siemens PLM products, or Cadimage PLM itself, please contact us via email at info@cadimageplm.com

About Cadimage Group

Cadimage Group distributes, develops and supports a range of design and performance-evaluating software for architects, engineers and construction companies that enhance design capability and reduce risk and cost. For additional information about Cadimage Group Limited, please visit http://www.cadimagegroup.com

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