EAC Product Development Solutions and ANSYS, Inc. Announce Channel Partnership to Bring Multi-Physics Engineering Simulation to an Expanded SMB Market
EAC Product Development Solutions (EAC) and ANSYS, Inc. (ANSYS) today announced a partnership that will allow EAC to offer industry leading multi-physics engineering simulation products and services to customers in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. This collaboration expands EAC’s capabilities as a best-in-class product development solutions provider.
Burnsville, MN, November 4, 2015 —EAC Product Development Solutions and ANSYS, Inc. Announce Channel Partnership to Bring Multi-Physics Engineering Simulation to an Expanded SMB Market.
Simulation solutions allow engineers to analyze products for real-world conditions,
helping companies become more innovative in time and profit pressured industries. Digital simulation benefits companies by providing better product quality, reduced physical prototyping time and costs, and optimized designs.
“ANSYS is a well-respected brand providing world-class multi-physics engineering simulation solutions. Their products help customers address ever-increasing pressure to decrease time-to-market, increase product quality, and reduce warranty costs. This collaborative effort increases EAC’s ability to improve the way our customers design, manufacture, connect to, and service their products. Adding ANSYS to our portfolio allows us to bring more value to companies looking to optimize products and generate knowledge through advanced analysis.” Thane Hathaway, president & CEO of EAC Product Development Solutions.
“We are excited to have EAC join our ANSYS Elite Channel Partner Program. EAC is an industry leading product development company with a solid history of providing outstanding engineering solutions and service to their customers for nearly 20 years,” said Bob Kocis, vice president of sales and customer excellence, ANSYS. “ANSYS’s industry leading simulation solutions coupled with EAC’s strong history in optimizing the Product Development process will enable their 3,000 customers to fully utilize the industry’s best multiphysics simulation platform. The combined efforts of our companies strengthens our ability to better serve our mutual customers in the Midwest.”